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Use "reassignments" in a sentence
"There's lots of stonewalling - over a much longer period than the Nixon debacle took to unfold - and lots of quiet "reassignments," and an enormous amount of energy devoted to protecting the top guy."
"His officials explained these as "reassignments" in the aftermath of the bombings."
"Regardless of what Bolden might or might not wish to do the rules say he is limited in his ability to do things like senior personnel reassignments in his first 120 days."