Origin of reorganization
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Examples from the Web for reorganization
But when the reorganization came, the role for Moses did not.‘The Power Broker’ Turns 40: How Robert Caro Wrote a Masterpiece
September 16, 2014
Despite starting with a flourish, that site has gone quiet in recent days as it undergoes a reorganization.Guardian and WaPo Share Pulitzer: Snowden Hails Victory for “More Accountable Democracy”
April 14, 2014
We have bankruptcy laws and reorganization laws on our books for a reason.Rick Perry on the Record
August 12, 2011
Of course, now that the reorganization is official, the speculation stops and the backbiting from disenchanted executives begins.
His new title will be Chairman NBC Universal International and he will be relocating to London as part of the reorganization.
To quell this feeling, a reorganization of the army was effected.Four Years in Rebel Capitals
T. C. DeLeon
The Polish revolution caused the reorganization of European policies.
This demanded a reorganization of the army, which was increased by 900,000 men.
But the first step in such a reorganization must be a change of officers.History of the English People, Volume VI (of 8)
John Richard Green
He threw himself heart and soul into the reorganization of his household.The Rough Road
William John Locke
- the act of organizing or the state of being organized again
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Word Origin and History for reorganization
also re-organization, 1801, in translations from French, noun of action from reorganize.
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