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Synonyms for reposition

depositing in a warehouse

change place or direction

place into another position

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Prior to the operation, the MILF repositioned a total of 1,737 members of its Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces (BIAF) to give way to the AFPs pursuit operations against the BIFF.
Given the property's location in Tribeca, which is one of Manhattan's most expensive and high-status neighborhoods, the building could easily be repositioned into luxury condominiums, tapping the demand for high-end housing.
Her presentation will be a mix of historic pitfalls/successes and forward thinking strategies to help navigate the cost constrained environment for reimbursing repositioned therapies.
Identify key repositioned products in late-phase development based on sales forecasts to 2016, to maximize your product's commercial potential
Case-studies describing a number of drugs which are or have been repositioned.
There is significant upside in the hotel resulting from aggressive management by Hilton, a totally repositioned product, and the recent reduction in lodging inventory in Waikiki.
What repositioned drugs are most likely to achieve the strongest patent protection?
In 2005 Levin successfully renovated and repositioned St.
Drug repositioning is regarded as the pharma industry's solution to falling R&D productivity and weakening product pipelines, successful repositioned drugs such as raloxifene (Evista; Lilly), thalidomide (Thalomid; Celegene), (Exubera;Pfizer/Nektar) have enabledinnovative companies to adopt lower risk strategies to optimize product pipelines.
They investigated several alternatives in Westport and Fairfield before coming to a meeting of the minds with ownership at 777 Commerce Drive, who offered a repositioned building, abundant parking and competitive lease terms in a strategic location close to the proposed new Fairfield train station.
Drug repositioning is regarded as the pharma industry's solution to falling R&D productivity and weakening product pipelines, successfully repositioned drugs such as raloxifene (Evista; Lilly), thalidomide (Thalomid; Celegene), (Exubera;Pfizer/Nektar) have enabled innovative companies to adopt lower risk strategies to optimize product pipelines.
Since 2003, Affinia has upgraded and repositioned five of its nine suite hotel properties that we own and operate in New York City, creating a new, distinct brand.