Definition of Realignment

1. Noun. The act of realigning or something realigned ¹



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Definition of Realignment

1. alignment [n -S] - See also: alignment

Lexicographical Neighbors of Realignment

real time
real valued
real vector space
real world
realer
reales
realest
realgar
realgars
realia
realign
realigned
realigner
realigners
realigning
realignment (current term)
realignments
realigns
realine
realis
realis mood
realisability
realisable
realisation
realisations
realise
realised
realiser
realisers
realises

Literary usage of Realignment

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

1. Military Bases: Lessons Learned from Prior Base Closure Rounds by David R. Warren, Barry W. Holman, Marian H. Harvey, Kay D. Kuhlman (1998)
"The extent and timing of potential cost and savings, including the number of years, beginning with the date of completion of the closure or realignment, ..."

2. The New Far East: An Examination Into the New Position of Japan and Her by Thomas Franklin Millard (1906)
"SINCE it seems possible, even probable, that out of the existing situation in Eastern Asia will come a realignment of policies in which the "Sphere of ..."

3. The New Far East: An Examination Into the New Position of Japan and Her by Thomas Franklin Fairfax Millard (1906)
"SINCE it seems possible, even probable, that out of the existing situation in Eastern Asia will come a realignment of policies in which the '' Sphere of ..."

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