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  • v. Present participle of reshuffle.
  • n. An act in which something is reshuffled

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. shuffling again


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  • There is one very important, dynamic element of these caucuses, though, that you overlook: that is, the reshuffling that happens between the first and second ballots.

    Your Idiot's Guide To The Democratic Caucuses

  • The reshuffling is the latest in a number of shakeups at AOL.

    Time Warner Raids Google to Replace AOL Chief

  • After the break a reshuffling of the hosts pack saw Ryan Jack switch from right back to left midfield and he looked dangerous getting forward.


  • Followers of Brown, known as Ministers, are reportedly committing suicide as part of a bizarre ritual known as "reshuffling".

    Horror in Browntown

  • For these two awkward months, the world's largest delivery company must make adjustments, such as reshuffling its schedule so that flights from Hong Kong will arrive a few hours early and depart before each daily runway closure.

    UPS Battles Traffic Jams

  • Muendane emphasised then that Makwetu's "reshuffling" and the disciplinary charges against him were separate issues.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • For him, this is all about "reshuffling" one hire here or there.

    CHE > Latest news

  • Whether that means more firings or a "reshuffling" of the offensive staff remains to be seen. - News

  • "Overall, the reintroduction of wolves appears to have initiated a 'reshuffling' of Yellowstone's ecosystem, a reshuffling that is continuing," adds Beschta. News

  • "The solution," they write in "13 Bankers,""must be economically simple, so it can be effectively enforced; the more complex the scheme, the more susceptible it is to regulatory arbitrage, such as reshuffling where assets are parked within a financial institution's holding company structure.

    Robert Teitelman: A few thoughts on the break-up-the-banks critique


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