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Synonyms for readjustment

the act of adjusting again (to changed circumstances)

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The grid readjustment meant deployment of more troops for complete domination of the area.
For more on the subject, see my article, "Land Readjustment for America: A Proposal for a Statute," Urban Lawyer, Vol.
Sales later cooled off sharply due to a readjustment of the market, Artprice said, with the global total for the year falling nearly $2 billion short of 2014's high of $17.
The readjustment was announced yesterday as His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa chaired the weekly Cabinet meeting.
Under a multi-phased readjustment programme, the price of natural gas will increase by 25 cents per one million BTU each year on the first of April, to top $4 (BD1.
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Freight rates for Aframaxes loading in the Mediterranean have fallen sharply so far this week with an increase in the number of available vessels in the region the key reason for the readjustment.
Where the 2013 film followed one patient's difficult readjustment to society after release from Ottawa's Brockville Mental Health Centre, this latest focuses on the personalities and care of four criminally violent inmates still residing at said forensic psychiatric hospital.
The budget readjustment 2013 passed Parliament with 56 votes in favor, 2 votes against and no abstentions.
After that, payments should be made once a year, rather than twice, and any readjustment must be linked to an increase in productivity, growth and competitiveness.
While welcoming the agreement of the Somali road map signatories, reached on 22 June, the Council expressed its concerns over the "continuous readjustment of timelines," warning that missed deadlines would undermine the transparency and legitimacy of the political process.
Land readjustment Programs have been identified as the common intervention practices--against compulsory land and property purchase practices--as a participatory approach in several countries [14].
Foreign Minister Davutoglu observed that since 1991 the world has been in a post-Cold War era, but there has been no fundamental readjustment of the international system as occurred in the wake of previous "big wars.
China on Sunday began implementing a speed readjustment plan for all bullet trains across the country, having them to run more slowly to boost safety in the wake of last month's accident that killed 40 people, official media reported.
Companhia de Saneamento Basico do Estado de Sao Paulo (BM&FBovespa: SBSP3; NYSE: SBS), a water and sewage service provider, has announced to its shareholders and the market that the Sao Paulo State Sanitation and Energy Regulatory Agency has authorised its tariff readjustment.