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Reorganise

verb
1.
Organize anew, as after a setback.  Synonyms: regroup, reorganize.
2.
Organize anew.  Synonyms: reorganize, shake up.






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"Reorganise" Quotes from Famous Books



... stored with experience gained from their previous vicissitudes, from the study of antique history, and from the observation of existing constitutions in the towns of Italy. They now determined to reorganise the State upon the model of the Venetian republic. The Signory was to remain, with its old institution of Priors, Gonfalonier, and College, elected for brief periods. These magistrates were to take the initiative in debate, to propose measures, and to consider plans of action. The real ...
— Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Complete - Series I, II, and III • John Symonds

... Remington again and again," said Crupp, "we've got to pick up the tradition of aristocracy, reorganise it, and make it work. But he's ...
— The New Machiavelli • Herbert George Wells



Words linked to "Reorganise" :   regroup, organize, retool, form, shake up, organise, revise



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