And in 1994, the realignment finally trickled down to the House of Representatives, and the Democrats lost that, too.
She also points to cultural shifts, a new “anti-stuff mentality,” in her words, “a realignment of our societal priorities.”
How he was hoping to do a grand Wilsonian realignment of great powers.
His one reform in this area—known as “realignment”—has returned some authority to local governments on law-enforcement issues.
Will a new overstep such as voluntary default be the impetus for realignment between the parties?
After all, despite years of PR and realignment, the ACC is still a basketball conference.
To this succeeded the classification and realignment of the concrete data thus obtained.