reorientate


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orient once again, after a disorientation

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(1) And in 1966, Ono had already dissociated herself from the history of Conceptualism by describing her instruction pieces as "Con Art." (2) Her art, most importantly, "asks us to reorientate ourselves physically and mentally," was how the curator Joan Rothfuss observed Ono's work in 2000.
The work is called Descent however and thus we have to reorientate our view of it.
All eight medical schools were currently producing at maximum capacity, with Motsoaledi adding pressure by asking them to expand to help 'reorientate' what will soon be 1 000 per annum Cuban-trained SA undergraduates returning to local conditions and disease profiles.
"You have multiple ways of doing that, one is already considered by Kuwait, irrespective of oil decline, which was the shift of public spending from general subsidies to more targeted spending that will serve those that need financial support, and that is a good way to reorientate public spending." The IMF has already made recommendations "to diversify economy away from predominantly oil and oil-related activities, to edge against the risk induced by price volatility." These include encouraging, supporting and stimulating the private sector through opening up local competition, and giving local companies the support to export goods in order to reap additional resources.
One can recall Ernest Bevin, sadly stating that with another million tonnes of coal he could reorientate Britain's foreign policy.
Anastasiades referred to the conscious effort of his government to reorientate its foreign policy "to promote core European and transatlantic priorities" in the eastern Mediterranean and assume a pivotal role in regional peace, stability and security in this volatile region.
He explained that the key change needed is to reorientate the way we do investment-for example, bank lending and offering incentives for institutional investors to invest in manufacturing.
In order to utilise effectively the compass bearing, students needed to reorientate the position of the car in relation to the bearing (i.e., ensure that the car was moving northeast).
The implications for performance management are firstly to reorientate performance targets so that they are locally set.
The expectation was that academic researchers would reorientate their focus towards applied research, while clinicians would help generate research ideas, collaborate in the research and change practice to reflect findings.
Lastly, the system requires a mechanism to either reorientate the device while in flight, or otherwise protect certain sensitive device components in the event of a fall, the report added.
"We need to reorientate the use of land towards sustainable agricultural production," Marquez said, (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-21361093) the BBC reported , adding that the government needed to consider "legalizing some marijuana, poppy and coca leaf plantations for therapeutic or medicinal reasons, for industrial use or cultural ends."
(i) Do we have to maintain the spatial orientation of the acquired volume or do we have to reorientate it accordingly to specific reference planes?
And she had virtually no time to reorientate herself yesterday afternoon as Vinci capitalised on two errors to level the match at one set all virtually straight away.
By discouraging purely speculative transactions, it can help "stabilise markets and reorientate the sector towards productive long-term investment" in the real economy.