Examples of rejigger in a Sentence
The TV network is rejiggering its schedule.
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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.
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).
The rules of the budget reconciliation process limit Republicans to rejiggering Obamacare’s tax and spending provisions.
There are some familiar names — Sol LeWitt, Claes Oldenburg and Lynda Benglis — but the selections and rejiggered context give everything a new spin.
The business also has rejiggered its product offerings over the years.
The White House and its allies also made noises about rejiggering the New England Dairy Compact, a major Vermont issue.
UCLA had rejiggered its first-string offensive line over the final week of training camp, with redshirt freshman Michael Alves taking over at right guard while bumping Andre James to right tackle.
As Congress stalls on passing a new health-care bill, the Trump administration can still fight Obamacare with revised regulations, rejiggered budgets, and lackluster enforcement.
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