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1. Now all fishing boats are rejigged.
2. They rejigged their original design drawing.
3. We'll have to rejig the shed in order to get the extra chairs in.
4. The price ceilings were rejigged according to quality.
5. Homeowners rushed to rejig their loans when mortgage rates fell sharply after the Federal Reserve unveiled a plan to buy mortgage backed securities and debt.
6. Kahney said: "Apple will totally rejig the computing experience.
7. Jose Mourinho was forced to rejig his defence after Khalid Boulahrouz was also ruled out of the Craven Cottage success because of illness.
8. Other banks may be forced to rejig their investment-banking arms as the impact of higher capital charges proposed under Basel 3 rules begin to bite.
9. PRIME ministers rejig their cabinets for various reasons: to breathe fresh life into reform efforts, to reward favoured ministers and punish others, to send voters or markets a signal of intent.
10. Mourinho was already having to rejig his side for the semi - final second - leg showdown at Anfield.
11. The vital ingredient of popular appeal was not there despite several bids to rejig the story.
12. The next stage again involved research, to determine the best way of selling the rejigged brand.
13. Much of the remainder is composed of what might be called "housekeeping" in which two firms rejig an existing relationship, usually with the dominant partner taking full control.
14. Forecasts of defeat have prompted speculation that the LDP will fracture, sparking a rejig of Japan's political landscape.
15. Yet the FA has known this for many months, and as the game's nominal overseer, could have obliged the Premier League to rejig its fixtures.
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16. The world is smaller than we think, say scientists who say their new measurements could force other researchers to rejig their calculations.
17. But they also believe reforming health care is key to a larger rejig of the Chinese economy.
18. The European Union pushed forward with a controversial plan to rejig bankers' bonuses that would reduce the amount payable in cash and increase the element of shares in bonus schemes.