Definitions

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  • verb organize anew, as after a setback
  • verb organize anew

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Officials said North Block, the seat of the home ministry, would "reorganise" the probe into cases against the Hindu group now being investigated by different agencies.

    Communalism Watch

  • A senior official said the fresh evidence had prompted the home ministry to "reorganise" the investigation against Abhinav Bharat even as more leads on the Hindu outfit's involvement in another blast emerged.

    Communalism Watch

  • Chris Ham of the health thinktank the King's Fund said the financial problems were so large that there needed to be a "honest dialogue with the public and a wider programme to reorganise the hospital sector, including service closures where this is necessary to improve the quality of care".

    Andrew Lansley orders independent assessments of NHS boards

  • There is a ruthless edge to my thinking … a desire to purge what is no longer working and to reorganise everything to make the writing side of my life easier.

    The Urge to Purge « Write Anything

  • In it, he stated that the US needed to reorganise its offensive and defensive cyber operations.

    p2pnet World Headlines – May 6, 2009

  • I can finally see the order of the scenes clearly and reorganise them easily.

    writing software

  • A seemingly unmoved Kean was said by the commentator to be looking "perplexed", although it is entirely possible Kean was merely taking a moment to think how he might reorganise his team.

    Roy Hodgson's scream for help was a Match of the Day masterpiece | Martin Kelner

  • It gave me the opportunity to reorganise the text into chapters and have a quick overview.

    weekly

  • Earlier this year, Cisco cut 550 workers as part of its decision to kill the Flip digital camcorder, which it bought as part of Pure Digital Technologies in 2009, and reorganise other aspects of its consumer business.

    Cisco to shed 6,500 staff in effort to regain computer networking supremacy

  • I can finally see the order of the scenes clearly and reorganise them easily.

    writing software

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