re-organization[ ree-awr-guh-nuh-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-organization
Synonyms for re-organization
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-ORGANIZATION
This explains the necessity for the re-organization as above described.
Hope Mills would take a fortnight holiday for repairs and re-organization.
There was also another serious difficulty to re-organization.
He was made a member of the Academy of Sciences upon its re-organization.
The bill for this re-organization has passed both chambers of the Volks Vertegenwoordigers, and on July 1st.
He lost the latter post on the re-organization of the above-named Institution in the year 1816.
And without such acceptance, how could he make it the central point of a re-organization?
Present Austria faces three alternatives—death, migration, or a complete industrial diversion and re-organization.
You will be furloughed for thirty days, and at the expiration of that time, rendezvous here for re-organization.
This permission was granted; the re-organization of the several13 regiments was perfected, and the regiments recruited.