Michael Daly on how the runners could be repositioned as rapid-response volunteers.
Has power changed its modus operandi while we weren't watching and repositioned itself in media and PR?
In a master political ploy, the president has manipulated reality and repositioned himself for 2012: Obama, the tax cutter.
In this eBook, that footnote has been repositioned to be in the sequence of its anchor.
He repositioned it after he got the rocket drill out of the storage compartment.
Some illustrations have been repositioned to avoid breaking up the text.
Illustrations were repositioned so that paragraphs were not split.
The few footnotes are repositioned at the end the text, and have been re-numbered consecutively.
Illustrations have been repositioned only when they interrupted paragraphs in the original.
Illustrations have been resized and repositioned to be closer to the text that first refers to them.
1580s, "act of replacing," from Late Latin repositionem (nominative repositio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin reponere (see repose (v.2)). Meaning "act of laying up in safety" is from 1610s.