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reorientation

A change in direction or focus of a business in response to changing market conditions or in order to attract a different market.

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Fish who don't fight to break free, reorient, and escape in the underwater world, also go by another name: supper.
Our research demonstrates that public relations professionals are ready to use the "Excellence" study to reorient their own practices.
HOUSTON (CyHAN)- NASA Public Affairs Officer Brandi Dean talks with Terry Fong, Telerobotics Project Manager, about how the Synchronized Position, Hold, Engage and Reorient Experimental Satellites, or SPHERES, are being used for a Human Exploration Telerobotics test.
elivering the Zakir Husain Memorial lecture in here, Ansari highlighted the need to reorganize and reorient the country's fragmented vocational education system.
Then, they reorient and try again lower down, says Yanoviak.
In a moment of unmistakable crisis in all dimensions, cultural, political, and economic, in the US and the rest of the world, artists once again, in all self-aggrandizement, seek to reorient their audiences, forming them into public constituencies.
The economic slowdown forced the company to reorient its product line, cut back on bonuses and to innovate.
Frequently reorient and repetitively reinforce use of call bell and ensure it is within reach.
To reorient drug policy at this point, the President would have to push hard against a Republican Congress that is salivating over the Clinton scandals.
The polymer chains reorient to the lower entropy conformation with almost no frictional resistance due to the viscous component.
Yet while wide application of this idea could reorient the market and send more patients to generalists, few believe it will be enough.
The change forced the volunteers to use either geometric cues or feature cues, but not both, to reorient themselves and locate the keys.