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  • verb to jiggle again.

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Examples

  • At the same time, there's generally something familiar about the genres McDonald chooses to play around with; he just tends to rejiggle the pieces, and boldly leave a few of them out of the picture.

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  • At the same time, there's generally something familiar about the genres McDonald chooses to play around with; he just tends to rejiggle the pieces, and boldly leave a few of them out of the picture.

    indieWIRE News

  • There’s been a bit of a rejiggle to make it more current.

    SLACKERJACK – Artillery Live

  • I've said this before but I really, really think that she should rejiggle the track list on the first half so that Sweet and Loco aren't placed next to each other, stick an intro on the album, remove When The Night and Heaven And Hell and possibly Sweet, add Anthonio, revamp My Love Is Better so it's not such a Girls Aloud sounding track and add a few other tracks like, well, I Don't Like Your Band ... voila!

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  • I've said this before but I really, really think that she should rejiggle the track list on the first half so that Sweet and Loco aren't placed next to each other, stick an intro on the album, remove When The Night and Heaven And Hell and possibly Sweet, add Anthonio, revamp My Love Is Better so it's not such a Girls Aloud sounding track and add a few other tracks like, well, I Don't Like Your Band ... voila!

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