Definition of Reshuffles

1. Noun. (plural of reshuffle) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of reshuffle) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reshuffles

1. reshuffle [v] - See also: reshuffle

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reshuffles

reshoring
reshot
reshow
reshowed
reshower
reshowered
reshowering
reshowers
reshowing
reshown
reshows
reshuffle
reshuffled
reshuffler
reshufflers
reshuffles
reshuffling
reshufflings
resiance
resiances
resiant
resiants
resiaunt
resid
reside
resided
residence
residence characteristics
residence hall
residence permit

Literary usage of Reshuffles

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Politics of Post-Suharto Indonesia by Adam Schwarz, Jonathan Paris (1999)
"Major reshuffles took place in 1993, twice in 1994, three times in 1995, twice in 1996, ... Several factors contributed to the waves of reshuffles. ..."

2. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"... were practically reshuffles of one and the same assemblages of people'—the Turks and Mongols of later date. ..."

3. China, Her History, Diplomacy, and Commerce: From the Earliest Times to the by Edward Harper Parker (1917)
"... were practically reshuffles of one and the same assemblages of people'—the Turks and Mongols of later date. The ill-assimilated conquests of the ..."

4. Conflict and Growth in Africa by Jean-Paul Azam, Christian Morrisson, Sophie Chauvin, Sandrine Rospabé (1999)
"This unconstitutional move led to cabinet reshuffles and. later. the withdrawal of Zanzibar from the OIC. It left Zanzibar's relationship with the mainland ..."

5. Lenin's Legacy: The Story of the Cpsu by Robert G. Wesson (1978)
"It is also true that within the Politburo, members are not shifted from one department to another, as occurs in the reshuffles of Western cabinets. ..."

6. Zaire: Predicament and Prospectsby Jean-Claude Willame, Hugues Leclercq, Peter Rosenblum, Catharine Newbury by Jean-Claude Willame, Hugues Leclercq, Peter Rosenblum, Catharine Newbury (1998)
"However, Kengo merely reshuffles his cabinet, and his "new government" includes no new members from the opposition. At the end of July, the army kills ..."

7. The U. S. by Robert F. Reed (1983)
"This power is in fact frequently exercised in the form of Cabinet reshuffles. Although individual Cabinet ministers do not have a great deal of autonomous ..."

8. National Missile Defense and Prospects for U.S. edited by Thad Cochran (1997)
"Most probably the doctrine will be seriously revised yet again as the result of Russian Presidential elections of mid-1996, and the reshuffles that followed ..."

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