Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reroute.
  • noun The process by which something is rerouted; a diversion or redirection.

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Examples

  • But he also emphasized Tuesday that the idea of rerouting non-emergency calls was on hold and would not affect emergency calls dispatching changes were made.

    TimesArgus.com: Sports

  • For example, based on the analysis, the software will also be able to reallocate printing tasks such as rerouting printing jobs away from printers with less ink, said Bruce Dahlgren, senior vice president of managed enterprise solutions at HP's Imaging and Printing Group.

    Techworld.com News

  • Taking simple steps such as rerouting visitors to your site, which are using mobile devices, to a mobile friendly version.

    Muti

  • That estimate does not include other costs such as rerouting airplanes.

    Vos Iz Neias - (Yiddish:What's News?)

  • "In order to mitigate the overall loss it's incumbent on the ship owners to act as they are uninsured," More drastic measures such as rerouting the ships that normally travel through the Suez Canal, is not a viable economic proposition, Townsend notes, adding that 30,000 vessels go through the canal annually.

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  • It proposes steps to take that are entirely beyond the scope of single individuals, such as rerouting water systems, elevating buildings, and so on.

    Countercurrents.org

  • The FAA took other steps to increase efficiency such as rerouting airspace, using technology to fill unused space in the air and on the ground, and using more precise routes for takeoffs and landings.

    KCTV5.com - News

  • The FAA took other steps to increase efficiency such as rerouting airspace, using technology to fill unused space in the air and on the ground, and using more precise routes for takeoffs and landings.

    KSAT.com - Local News

  • The FAA took other steps to increase efficiency such as rerouting airspace, using technology to fill unused space in the air and on the ground, and using more precise routes for takeoffs and landings.

    Newsvine - Get Smarter Here

  • The FAA took other steps to increase efficiency such as rerouting airspace, using technology to fill unused space in the air and on the ground, and using more precise routes for takeoffs and landings.

    GOPUSA

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