Examples of redeploy in a Sentence
The soldiers were redeployed to the country's capital.
Most units will redeploy to their home bases.
They redeployed their assets into mutual funds.
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Because the Transit Museum and the MTA redeployed Depression-era trains festooned with ceiling fans and original ads from the time period.
Those who sold bonds have to redeploy their money and so buy shares, while the combination of lower yields and money creation weakens the currency.
Faced with the rapid progress of Kim Jong Un's weapons program, some South Korean officials have called for American tactical nuclear weapons to be redeployed in their country.
Thousands of Spanish police, redeployed from all over the country, are billeted on ferry boats in Barcelona’s port, under orders to surround polling stations and empty them out by 6 a.m. Sunday.
As a result, the storm chasers in the national media have been redeployed to the Sunshine State, fresh off their spell in Texas.
Earlier in the week, Hong Joon-pyo, the head of South Korea’s main conservative opposition party, traveled to Washington to urge the Trump administration to redeploy tactical nuclear weapons to South Korea.
If University of Louisville football coach Bobby Petrino can decree that his players move past last Saturday’s dispiriting loss to Clemson in the span between sunrises, perhaps his persuasive powers should be redeployed to North Korea.
Five employees were called up with the Pennsylvania task force, including one who went to Texas who has returned home, another who went to Texas and has been redeployed to Florida and three who were sent straight to Florida.
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