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1. Falling profits made it necessary to restructure the business.
2. The restructure has shaken down, and staff are showing a new sense of purpose.
3. As for the representative level I would restructure the county championship.
4. Shareholders and creditors agree to restructure debts and payment schedules and, often, to swap debt for riskier equity.
5. Mr Gorbachev's attempt to restructure the Soviet economy met with criticism from traditional communists.
6. But it is certain companies asking bankers to restructure loans will never return to former carefree days.
7. States began to restructure their most expensive public systems: education, health care, and welfare.
8. The company was slow to restructure, and its problems could carry over into another substantial profit decline in 1996.
9. The money will be used to restructure workshops, improve site safety and increase environmental protection.
10. Is there a way to restructure the traditional feminine economy so that an economically rational person could choose the caretaking roles?
11. After his accident, he had to restructure his life.
12. The President called on educators and politicians to help him restructure American education.
13. The company has reached a deal with its major creditors allowing it to restructure its debts.
14. It also said it might take a charge of as much as $ 25 million to restructure part of its business.
15. Bonnet was known to be opposed to the government's plans to restructure the army.
16. The reduction in turnover, tight margins and the necessity to cut costs has made it necessary to restructure the business.
17. First, by removing entrenched collective bargaining arrangements embodied in nationalisation legislation it has provided management an opportunity to restructure employee relations.
18. Drexel's collapse is especially painful for those junk-bond issuers which had counted on the investment bank to restructure their debt.
19. Teamsters International President Ron Carey set up a squad of experts to help local presidents restructure and lift membership.
20. The government had on Dec. 2 announced its plans to restructure the coal industry.
21. Ferranti then hopes to decide on a course of action and in particular on how to restructure its capital base.
22. ParcPlace says VisualWorks enables a logical migration into object-oriented application development without the need to restructure database information.
23. Since 1990 it has looked to career academies as a way to restructure its high schools and better serve its students.
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24. Non-redundancy dismissals By no means every dismissal occasioned by the need to restructure the business or to make economies is due to redundancy.
25. It came from the philosophy that kids have to learn how to restructure their world with lots of assistance from the externals.
26. This was designed before the onset of destabilization, and aimed to restructure the formal school system.
27. Thus, the general must be given the maximum leeway to reorganise and restructure his troops.
28. It uses aid to encourage university reforms, specifically helping universities in Francophone Africa restructure their qualifications to meet international standards.
29. Perhaps most of China's enterprises companies are at the state of arterialize sociality, which means taking time to learn, organize, restructure.
30. When Sun acquired StarOffice last year, they opted to restructure the productivity software around a component-based development framework called Universal Network Objects (UNO).
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