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  • verb Present participle of refigure.

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Examples

  • Some may be intent on slashing spending to bring the budget into balance, perhaps by refiguring Social Security benefits.

    Jim Jaffe: Boehner's Choice

  • Some may be intent on slashing spending to bring the budget into balance, perhaps by refiguring Social Security benefits.

    Jim Jaffe: Boehner's Choice

  • As the generational tides nudge this demographic closer to the front and center of American evangelicalism, it's time for a refiguring of the equations by the many non-evangelicals nursing grudges about those pushy Jesus nuts -- especially the progressive secularists who share these new evangelicals' social justice commitments.

    Tom Krattenmaker: The New Evangelical Alliance Waiting To Happen

  • As the generational tides nudge this demographic closer to the front and center of American evangelicalism, it's time for a refiguring of the equations by the many non-evangelicals nursing grudges about those pushy Jesus nuts -- especially the progressive secularists who share these new evangelicals' social justice commitments.

    Tom Krattenmaker: The New Evangelical Alliance Waiting To Happen

  • Paintings are inspired by mock-Tudor suburbia, with Woods refiguring monochrome timbering as geometric abstractions in union flag patterns.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Some may be intent on slashing spending to bring the budget into balance, perhaps by refiguring Social Security benefits.

    Jim Jaffe: Boehner's Choice

  • A graduate-school alumnus who only recently, and quite publicly, was able to pay off his debts, Obama proposed refiguring loan programs so that students would accrue interest even while they're enrolled.

    Obama's Budget Pits Him Against His Own Life Story

  • But they kept retrying and refiguring what would work.

    David Thielen: How Microsoft Is Going to Own the Cloud

  • In Europe, Malta is radically refiguring its water metering to conserve energy, and there is an EU-wide smarter cities initiative, ranking smaller towns according to their "smartness".

    City design: Transforming tomorrow

  • Dirty Davey gave a reason for refiguring the intersection into a round-about.

    John Staddon on Traffic Signs

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