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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rejig.

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  • In those tearful, tumultuous days following the death of Princess Diana, Bernie Taupin and Elton John rejigged Candle In The Wind (1997) to reflect the nation's grief – although, truth be told, the Fiver was never sure whether the line 'You were the grace that placed itself/Where lives were torn apart' referred to her affairs or something else entirely.

    Another humiliating defeat

  • Heck, even the first warp drive ship in Star Trek: First Contact was depicted being launched on a rejigged ICBM just like the Geminis that went up on Titans.

    Beam me up Wayne - NASA Watch

  • Ferguson was unlucky with Fletcher's fitness last week, but Giggs and Carrick were unable to make a greater impression on the game than they had managed in Rome two years ago, even in a formation rejigged from 4-3-3 to 4-4-2.

    Sir Alex Ferguson needs fresh injection of youth to compete with best | Richard Williams

  • Their target of 188 looked challenging but in plummeting temperatures India were overcome with some disdain by a rejigged batting line‑up.

    India 187-8, England 188-3 | Second ODI match report

  • All the MSFs have just been rejigged and coincidentally we are now with a BCU I used to work on (not that long ago).

    Location, location, location. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Arsenal have now won eight of their past nine matches in all competitions to creep up the Premier League table to the fringe of the European qualification places and to suggest a side hastily rejigged on the eve of the transfer deadline is finally finding its rhythm.

    Robin van Persie raises the standard for revitalised Arsenal

  • Remember how I told you a long, long time ago that the calculation of the Consumer Price Index (most probably in your country) has been constantly rejigged over the years to remain an artificially low figure?

    2009 August — Fusion Despatches

  • His point about interconnectedness is lent weight by the fact that, nowadays, his own visitors spring from every corner of the globe; something a couple of minutes standing in the Great Court rejigged by the architect Norman Foster, and now the largest covered public space in Europe makes apparent.

    The British Museum's Pilgrimage

  • Max Wigram, W1, Wed to 14 JanSSThe initial attraction here is less the rejigged portrait collection than the elaborate arts and crafts movement splendour of the £17.6m refurbished building itself.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • And though Sunderland were forced deeper and deeper, there was no space for City behind the rejigged home backline.

    Martin O'Neill rejigs Sunderland's backline to stifle Manchester City | David Pleat

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