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The TV network is rejiggering its schedule.
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The whole ecosystem rejiggered itself into a state that hadn’t existed in centuries.
The conference report notes that the restrictions on larger businesses are designed to discourage wealthy Americans from rejiggering their finances to qualify.
Ozuna’s arrival will rejigger the Cardinals’ outfield, with him likely taking over in left and Pham moving to center to replace veteran Dexter Fowler, who was already set to move to a corner spot thanks to his declining defense.
Yet four months after launching Watch, Facebook has yet to hit on the right formula and is already rejiggering its strategy.
Then Warners had to rejigger the marketing campaign in the week's leading up to Geostorm's release because of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
Some operations also were rejiggered, which ex-employees said was partly to make way for Mr. Soros’s eldest sons.
The nine-person research team pre-published its design online, so that there would be less temptation to rejigger the approach after the results were in (an emerging best practice in social science research).
That sounded relatively innocuous until a genetic counselor, rejiggering the equation, told me I had an eightfold risk of developing ovarian cancer—an illness that is rarely detected in early stages.
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