redisposition


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the withdrawal and redistribution of forces in an attempt to use them more effectively

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For my own version, I have turned in another direction, that of a redisposition of the stanza around a medial axis (Mittelachse):
Furthermore, for companies that must consider the lifecycle of their equipment and mandates stipulating that all data on hard drives be completely erased prior to redisposition of assets, Sun's licensing of Blancco's software ensures compliancy with internal data erasure policies and data erasure guidelines of regulatory agencies.
In addition to ushering in Margaret's intense era of personal growth, her later experiences with the class-bound Wilcoxes and the protracted redisposition of Howards End share in the process of differentiation that will ultimately result in Margaret's emergence as a fully realized self.