reorientation


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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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In fact, a critical aspect of the need for value reorientation rests heavily on parental/guardian roles.
The mass reorientation of the former 141 NPA supporters was successfully conducted at Barangay Gym, New Leyte, Maco, ComVal province on Tuesday (Sept.
Building the awareness capacity of a teacher on the vocational tasks based on the study of "the particularities of the subjects included in the system of professional training and reorientation" (Baranski, 1979) constitutes a pedagogical priority objective.
Here [theta] is the director axis reorientation angle, [v.sub.x] the velocity flow (in the x-direction), K the elastic constant; [[gamma].sub.1], [[gamma].sub.2] and [eta] are the viscosity coefficients.
Again, a small, daily practice that serves to reorient his heart and shape his life, showing us that being counter-cultural consists in surprisingly small acts of reorientation. Daniel survived the massively formative influence of the dominant culture through simple practices--what Christians later would call "a rule of life."
The Early Luther: Stages in a Reformation Reorientation. By Berndt Hamm.
"The major demand is for more growth and more jobs, namely a reorientation of European construction.
The firm is in dire straits due to stagnating sales and the reorientation of the filling stations market.
Researchers have proposed some constitutive models associated with the martensitic variant reorientation [7-16].
The topics include Philip Melanchthon and Wittenberg's reform of the theological curriculum, Theodore Beza and the reorientation of early reformed historiography, the Danzig Academy Gymnasium in 17th-century Poland, Voetius on the subject and formal act of happiness, the soteriological debate between George Kendall and Richard Baxter, and the Bristol Academy and the education of ministers in 18th-century England, 1758-91.
For this South American neighbor, defense technology has become a critical aspect of strategic reorientation and force modernization.
Membre incontournable de la garde rapprochee du President Obama chargee de la politique etrangere, Tom Donilon, 58 ans, jouissait d'une grande influence notamment pour ce qui est des questions de lutte anti-terroriste et de la reorientation de la politique americaine vers l'Asie, ainsi qu'en ce qui concerne le retrait de l'armee US d'Afghanistan et d'Irak.