Regularizing: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases
Use in Literature RegroupingThe second level regroups these simple movements by combinations and associations of cortical structure in wider, more complex mechanisms, producing a higher class of movements.ndash;G. Stanley Hall in Youth: Its Education, Regimen, and Hygiene.Tirant had all his soldiers mount their horses, and he prepared for battle, thinking that the enemy had regrouped in the villages that belonged to them.ndash;Joanot Martorell in The White Knight: Tirant Lo Blanc (tr R.S. Rudder).Nationalization has made possible the rational regrouping of factories so that the complete process is carried out in one place, consequently saving transport.ndash;Arthur Ransome in Russia in 1919.Footnotes have been regrouped as endnotes following the letter to which they relate.ndash;Horace Walpole in Letters of Horace Walpole, vol 1.Regrouping ndash; ReorganizationIt might be said that the reorganization of the property system which we are speaking of amounted to making the United States an entailed estate for the equal benefit of the citizens thereof and their descendants forever.ndash;Edward Bellamy in Equality.The figures that have come down to us of the amazing circulation of some of the books devoted to the advocacy of a radical social reorganization are almost enough in themselves to explain the revolution.ndash;Edward Bellamy in Equality.It was necessary to reorganize the vast territory which they had already recovered, and to do something to replenish their arsenals.ndash;Demetrius Charles Boulger in China.This reorganization put the telephone business into the hands of competent business men at every point.ndash;Herbert N. Casson in The History of the Telephone.They have not, however, been reorganized in content and aim; they have only been reduced in amount.ndash;John Dewey in Democracy and Education.Before the reorganized company began the next series of performances Mr. Abbey died, and the season was only a fortnight old when Mr. Steinway followed him into the grave.ndash;Henry Edward Krehbiel in Chapters of Opera.
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