redisposition

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act or process of redisposing; a disposing afresh or anew; a rearrangement.

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  • noun the withdrawal and redistribution of forces in an attempt to use them more effectively

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Examples

  • This is part of a systematic redisposition of the post-Cold War US armed forces.

    Stan Goff: Now You See...

  • THEY just sent hundreds of thousands of working class people in uniform to kill hundreds of thousands of unfashionable brown people in order to establish the redisposition of a post-Cold War imperial military into Southwest Asia.

    "Naming names and telling it like it is."

  • THEY just sent hundreds of thousands of working class people in uniform to kill hundreds of thousands of unfashionable brown people in order to establish the redisposition of a post-Cold War imperial military into Southwest Asia.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • Their experts had completely broken the British naval codes at that time, with the results that British naval redisposition orders were known to the Germans almost as quickly as they were to the captains of the ships concerned.

    The Lonely Sea

  • And I showed him how careless or ignorant of the record the redisposition of the sacred time had been, in the fact of the total disregard of the words of Christ, that he should lie in the earth three days and three nights; for they assumed him to have been crucified on Friday, while he must have lain buried Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and was therefore buried on Wednesday, just before sunset.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist

  • And I showed him how careless or ignorant of the record the redisposition of the sacred time had been, in the fact of the total disregard of the words of Christ, that he should lie in the earth three days and three nights; for they assumed him to have been crucified on Friday, while he must have lain buried Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and was therefore buried on Wednesday, just before sunset.

    The Autobiography of a Journalist, Volume I

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