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shake-up

n. a reorganization. After a shake-up like the one we’ve just been through, everybody’s a little upset.
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Ian Scanlan, head of business development at On Medical said: "The introduction of MedCo has been one of the most significant shake-ups to the claims market in recent times and one which was intended to ensure more independence and competition in the industry and reduce the potential for conflicts of interests between closely associated parties.
A lot of questions need to be answered in detail and the feeling is that in previous health shake-ups too many were dodged.
Fatal accident inquiries would be moved out of courtrooms in one of the biggest legal shake-ups the country has seen in years.
In one of the biggest shake-ups in their 73-year-old history, far fewer of the chain's shops will sell loaves of bread.
In one of the biggest shake-ups in its 73-year-old history, fewer of the chain's shops will sell loaves of bread.
Antony Jenkins, who replaced Bob Diamond as chief executive, unveiled one of the biggest shake-ups in the bank's 323-year history.
BIN collections across Liverpool are about to undergo one of the biggest shake-ups in the council's history.
The high street chain unveiled one of the biggest shake-ups in their history yesterday in a bid to boost flagging sales.
The amazing thing for us is snow in May; these political shake-ups are nothing unusual,'' said Vitaly Tretyakov, editor of the Moscow daily Nezavisimaya Gazeta.
A FURTHER big shake-up in the banking sector is on the cards with the announcement that Spanish banking giant Santander is poised to take over Alliance & Leicester (A&L) under a pounds 1.
The Kremlin sought Sunday night to reassure the Clinton administration that the shake-up was not an economic retreat.
That said, there are likely to be other victims of the shake-up far more deserving of our concern ( and there is a real chance it will be us in the North-East.
Chisholm's plans to shake-up the health service have provoked storms of protest across the country.
DIGITAL As part of the shake-up, Argos plans to close at least 50 of its 739 stores and move another 25 to new locations.