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  • verb Present participle of redesign.

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Examples

  • In announcing the award, FMA said Bohlen has enhanced the opportunities for staff and managerial training, skills development, career advancement, and diversity for the betterment of the organization through her outstanding achievement in redesigning and rewriting the Region 5 Mentoring Program, its application form, and the Region 5 Mentoring Manual.

    Federal manager of the year awarded

  • SDOT says they took lots of input from Seattle cyclists in redesigning the guide.

    SDOT Rolls Out 2010 Bike Guide « PubliCola

  • The challenge in redesigning the paper was to remain true to the journalism while making it more convenient to read and handle.

    The Guardian’s new look

  • I think you’d be better off investing your money in redesigning the site to have a paid site quality interface on PoF to help you better compete with DownToEarth and OkCupid in design.

    Looking to acquire. « The Paradigm Shift

  • We are going to have to be more creative ... [that means] in the longer term redesigning the service rather than cutting back. "

    New Citizens Advice chief executive promises fresh direction

  • "[Healthcare] needs redesigning, which is yet another thing and another reason for me to take interest because the Republicans historically have just been not too worried about the middle class," said Kiedis.

    The Rebel Yell

  • A spokeswoman declined to provide cost estimates for specific changes, such as redesigning its store fliers.

    Seeing Store Shelves Through Senior Eyes

  • Mr. Moran requested 45 earmarks totaling nearly $134 million in spending for projects such as redesigning Air Force radar technology to work in "extremely cold weather."

    Earmark Requests Continue Despite Promises to Curb Process

  • Many of the agency's higher-profile plans -- such as redesigning airspace in the delay-prone Northeast, instituting congestion pricing on runways to relieve rush hour congestion and overhauling its financing structure for future navigation system - have floundered amid opposition from Democratic lawmakers and a divided aviation industry.

    Busy Airports Could Get

  • Measures designed to make car travel less attractive include physical measures, such as redesigning streets to reduce or eliminate traffic, and regulatory or organisational controls, prohibiting traffic from using certain facilities.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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