/ (riːˈʃʌfəl) /
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an act of shuffling again
a reorganization, esp of jobs within a government or cabinet
to carry out a reshuffle (on)
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An NFL reshuffle has left Tim Tebow heading to New York and Peyton Manning going to Denver.The Broncos Sell Their Future: Tim Tebow Heads to New York Jets|Allen Barra|March 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
High-stakes Politburo tussling on the eve of a key power reshuffle.China’s Top Cop Goes Missing, as Officials Stay Mum and Bloggers Erupt|Melinda Liu|February 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Plans are already being hatched to reshuffle key U.S. embassy personnel.Punching Back at WikiLeaks|Howard Kurtz|December 7, 2010|DAILY BEAST