Thesaurus / overhaul


Caserio and Culley have said they don’t plan to accommodate the trade request made by quarterback Deshaun Watson, who is said to be upset that the team did not follow through on pledges to consider his input on the offseason overhaul.
One of the internet’s primary protections is on the verge of an overhaul.
The overhaul in education policy is the biggest effort by a state to reshape public education since Massachusetts — now considered to have the top-performing school system in the country — passed legislation more than 30 years ago.
General Manager Nick Caserio told reporters he has “zero interest” in moving on from Watson, who requested a trade after the Texans offered to give him input into their organizational overhaul this offseason but then didn’t follow through.
Either way, a defensive overhaul with less than $12 million in cap space is going to be difficult to pull off.
They postponed until Friday votes to reverse Hogan’s veto of marquee legislation passed the year before, including a sweeping education overhaul.
It follows increasing demands by employees at Google for policy overhauls on pay, harassment and ethics, and is likely to escalate tensions with top leadership.
Additionally, while Disney, WarnerMedia and NBCUniversal underwent massive internal reorganizations in 2020 to orient their operations around streaming, ViacomCBS has yet to announce such a sweeping overhaul.
In response, Google’s coronavirus-related search results page received a drastic overhaul between the end of February and the end of March, giving us a preview of how search results pages might one day look.
The group has pledged to become carbon-neutral by 2050 in a major strategy overhaul focused on building the industry’s largest fleet of electric cars.


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