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relocate

[rē′lō‚kāt]
(computer science)
To establish or change the location of a program routine while adjusting or modifying the address references within the instructions to correctly indicate the new locations.

Relocate

To establish in a new place.
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See said Article 121(4) requires that the chief ministers of Sarawak and Sabah must be consulted and consented to any move to relocate the High Court registry from here to Kota Kinabalu.
'If they want to relocate fishermen and their families, the relocation site should be an on-site or in-city relocation,' he said.
"Lack of new projects and some moving out after the completion of existing ones have forced us to relocate," Boban MP, the chief executive officer of Oman UAE exchange, said
Nordstrom said that it will continue serving customers at its current location until it relocates.
The report also reveals that there has been a change in the profile of employees choosing to relocate. In 2010, young single males were more likely to transfer abroad, but this has shifted to older, more experienced employees, accompanied by a partner.
The government is likely to face difficulties securing the agreement of the United States, which has been pressing Japan to stick to a bilateral deal agreed in 2006 to relocate the Futemma base to the coastal area of the Marine's Camp Schwab in Nago -- a move requiring land reclamation that has triggered strong local opposition.
The decision to relocate the camp, however, was met with protests.
The aim of the project was to redesign and redevelop the relocate to Coventry website so it reflects life and commerce within the city.
(b) Notice of Intent to Relocate and Certificate of Service.
"Over the last decade or so--and especially since 9/11--it has become increasingly challenging to get employees to relocate for a job," said Sally Stetson, co-founder and principal of the firm.
Western diplomatic sources told pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat on Monday that the United Nations was "contemplating" whether or not to relocate the ESCWA offices.
09/06/08, ASSOCIATED PRESS, WELLINGTON, NZ -- The President of the South Pacific nation of Kiribati, threatened by rising sea levels from climate change, appealed for more nations to help relocate families whose homes have been submerged or are threatened.