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- verb US Present participle of
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- noun focusing again
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Additionally, the strategic management portion has proven useful in refocusing strategy on our company's core competencies.
A good start has also been made with the Air Reserve in refocusing its effort on air transport, Army support, search and rescue and coastal patrol operations.
Defence, Sovereignty, and Our Responsibility in the Canadian North
This reflects what Pope describes as a refocusing of environmental concern from issues like safe drinking water, which were local and concrete, to climate change, which is global and abstract.
In the bulls-eye of our refocusing should be the organized sector of the working class and especially, its strategic components.
It has been described as refocusing upstream to stop people falling in the waters of disease.
It has been described as refocusing upstream to stop people falling in the waters of disease. ''
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option=content&task=view&id=116&Itemid= user numbers are up 4 fold since their low after their refocusing aka "black friday" in may last year, and even growth rates are now close to record levels.
He suggested dying papers like the Chicago Sun-Times could save themselves by "refocusing" columnists as news analysts, jettisoning social commentary in favor of playing the angles of hard news items reported by journalists.
Last week Cathy Jamieson, the justice minister, announced a "refocusing" of the drugs strategy in Scotland, with new emphasis on drug prevention and education.
They have resolved to embark on a "refocusing" phase to strengthen its structures and to make it more relevant to its members.
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