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  • noun Plural form of redeployment.

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Examples

  • From AP"We cannot pull out and hope for the best," said Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., calling redeployments now "a significant step on the road to disaster."

    06/25/2006

  • GlassFish v3 also offers the preservation of sessions across redeployments which is a pretty safe operation (new class-loader, new application) and costs less than 5 seconds to recreate a Spring context (for instance with the jpetstore demo on my laptop), and even less on traditional JavaEE webapps.

    Planet Sun

  • THE LIST: This list does not include "redeployments," mergers, staff, or staff attorneys.

    Above the Law

  • THE LIST: This list does not include "redeployments," mergers, staff, or ...

    Above the Law

  • THE LIST: This list does not include "redeployments," mergers, staff, or staff attorneys.

    Above the Law

  • But they are more troubling than conventional redeployments.

    The Next Nuclear Arms Race

  • Hague will say that redeployments of diplomats over the next four years will reflect Britain's long-term interests rather than be in response to short-term crises.

    William Hague plans shift in diplomacy to station more envoys in Asia

  • Through this period of transition, we will carry out further redeployments.

    Matthew Yglesias » Obama’s Iraq Announcement

  • Finally, the redeployments of India's and China's nuclear forces suggest that there is deep-seated and growing discord between the two Asian giants.

    The Next Nuclear Arms Race

  • The first two installments, launched between 2006 and 2008, dealt with deployments, redeployments, and parents who come back with a combat-related injury or posttraumatic stress disorder; in one, the Muppet Rosita's father is in a wheelchair.

    The Muppets' Military Mission

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