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How he was hoping to do a grand Wilsonian realignment of great powers.

After all, despite years of PR and realignment, the ACC is still a basketball conference.

If this is a significant bloc, it could mark a permanent realignment in city politics.

She also points to cultural shifts, a new “anti-stuff mentality,” in her words, “a realignment of our societal priorities.”

Karl Rove's prediction of a grand political realignment has finally come true—for Obama.

All the signs point to a political realignment upon new issues in this country, both South and North.

To this succeeded the classification and realignment of the concrete data thus obtained.

But then, each of their meetings seemed marked by some such realignment, and always to his advantage.

Thus it was nothing less than a complete realignment of the coterie that had taken place, this week.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to realignment, such as: renewal, reorganization, transformation, alteration, amendment, and change.

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