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re-equip a factory or plant


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A spokesman said: "Regency ReJigged meet to practise on the second Sunday of each month.
Songwriter Cee Lo Green has already felt their ire after he rejigged Lennon's lyrics to reflect his own beliefs.
She thought the old flag needed bringing up to date and has rejigged the pattern to accentuated the blue and white while minimizing the bold red.
Both teams have rejigged their midfields and they may be slow to find some fluency, while the two strong packs look set for a real battle.
Landmark Wholesale has rejigged its trading department to place a greater emphasis on own label.
Prime minister Viktor Orban's conservative administration has rejigged the tax system to encourage larger families.
THE bookies rate Manchester United odds-on to lift the Carling Cup today but Sir Alex Ferguson will field a rejigged side so Spurs look huge at 9-2 (Victor Chandler) to win in 90 minutes.
THEATRE: Willy Russell has rejigged his 1970s comedy Stags & Hens to bring it more in line with modern tastes.
Chris Davidson was the star of the night as holders Knowle & Dorridge became the only top-flight team to qualify for the last four of this year's rejigged Birmingham Midshires League Twenty20 Challenge Cup, writes Ged Scott.
The main studio has been rejigged to increase its potential audience from some 400 seats to 900.
He will also jointly oversee Granada/Seven's rejigged Red Heart which, pending shareholder approval, will develop programs and formats to sell to all networks and Granada Prods.
Ansett Holdings Ltd in Australia has rejigged its schedule to minimise disruption by a planned one-hour March 27 strike by the Australian Services Union.
Twelvetrees will become the 18th new player capped by head coach Stuart Lancaster in 13 Tests when he lines up alongside Brad Barritt in a rejigged England midfield for the RBS 6 Nations opener.
All three are likely to start against the Dons and home-grown midfielder Richard Taundry reckons the rejigged squad is gelling nicely.