Thus, some time elapses before the full ramifications of a realignment
are realized in the upper chamber of Congress in the form of unified party control of state delegations.
Thus, from the point of view of the private sector, a realignment
is not perfectly forecastable.
Hunter's book is a major and welcome contribution to this larger debate, but he and his readers should recognize that the book illuminates only part of a much more complex realignment
of the electorate that has continued to evolve since the mid-sixties.
Operating income of $162 million, up 2%, including realignment
charges of $35 million
The agreement is conditional on the realignment
The mayor called on Japan to withdraw the realignment
plan, as he believes such a plan would impose a big burden on local people.
and South Korea are now discussing a realignment
If simplicity is often the first casualty of scientific research, that is even more the case in realignment
research: the simple and dramatic model of critical realignment
, the one that so readily captures our attention, finds no supporting evidence.
If approved, the Chilliwack BC Hydro Route Realignment
) would vary the approved general pipeline corridor of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project by relocating it to be within the existing Trans Mountain pipeline right of way.
There is reasonable consensus among respondents that primary realignment
is favourable to delayed or immediate reconstruction, but discordance on whether or not to place concurrent SP tubes.
All I am saying is that a realignment
happening in the political arena is not something new.
Arrest rates have decreased and conviction rates have stayed about the same for offenders who went through California's 2011 realignment
plan, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation's Realignment