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Synonyms for rejig

re-equip a factory or plant


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Manitoba Opera's Michael Cavanagh transplanted Cosi fan Tutte to Edwardian England just before the Great War, another rejigging of a tried-and-true masterpiece, following, it seems, the ever-increasing trend of viewing opera more as theatre.
CORONATION Street bosses are rejigging filming after actress Julie Goodyear was forced to miss recording sessions due to ``exhaustion''.
Proportion is a tro ublesome thing: Tweak one measurement and all the rest will need rejigging.
In this essay, Rodney Thomson gently modifies Richard Southern's well-known assessment of England's contribution to the twelfth-century Renaissance by rejigging the equation to give grammar and rhetoric equal weight to dialectical theology.
The company, which has been increasing its focus on higher margin convenience foods, has been busy rejigging its portfolio of products.
An August 11 Investor's Business Daily feature on LogicLibrary reported "Big companies like MetLife and Highmark are already saving millions by reusing old software and rejigging it for other tasks.
CARDIFF North Conservative MP Jonathan Evans has proposed a new way of rejigging constituency boundaries in the Cardiff area.
She added: "We are managing to bring water into the area by rejigging the existing pipe network.
But the midfield department, poor against Denmark, is facing serious rejigging.
New manager Richard Money set about rejigging the squad, restoring morale and, basically, rebooting the football club.