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adjust anew

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adjust again after an initial failure

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Eleven companies of the dairy and meat industries will have to readjust their food safety standards in order to be able to export to the market of the Russian Federation.
The growing demand for natural gas and limited output of locally-produced natural gas have prompted the authority to readjust prices," a Noga statement said.
Various military procurement projects, also to include one to acquire four aerial refueling tankers, would likely be either delayed or canceled citing budgetary constraints, as Seoul seeks to readjust its mid-term defense improvement plan, said a source on Sunday.
RICHARD Clarke admits the Castlederg outfit might have to readjust their ambitions for the season.
All the RBI governor can do is to readjust monetary policy, which is a small part of the economy.
In his first news conference on Earth after five months in space, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield described the first smells of 'home,' what it feels like to readjust to gravity, and why he put so much energy into connecting with the public in space.
London, Apr 20 ( ANI ): Irina Shayk showed up to promote Intimissimi's new book 'The Perfect Bra' in an ill-fitting dress, which made her continuously readjust her outfit as it slipped down.
Turkey is seeking to help the world readjust to the post-Cold War realities.
Summary: JEDDAH: With schools starting on Saturday following the summer and Ramadan break, many people are suffering from sleeping disorders and finding it difficult to readjust their rest habits.
Nadal had spent two years without playing on grass and admitted he had to readjust.
A player fire sale and a major restructure is now likely over the summer as City seek to readjust for life in the Championship after two seasons in the top flight.
There is one small caveat though--experts say grocers are in a great position to rebuild photo sales, but to do so will require them to rethink, redefine and readjust their approach to the category.
Certain people have even raised EUR50,000 to help him readjust to life on the outside.
Indy and Distorted Humor, we feel it is in the best interest of our customers to readjust Unbridled's Song's 2009 fee".
President Bush signed the act, which aims to help the 650,000 inmates released from prison each year readjust to society.