Relocation

• (n.) Renewal of a lease. • (n.) A second location.
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relocation

noun the act of changing your residence or place of business; `they say that three moves equal one fire`
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Relocation

(Relo, Realignment, Reroute) To alter the path of an existing trail to better follow land contours, avoid drainage sites, bypass environmentally sensitive areas, improve views, or for other landowner or management reasons.
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Relocation

[computing] Relocation is the process of assigning load addresses to various parts of a program and adjusting the code and data in the program to reflect the assigned addresses. A linker usually performs relocation in conjunction with symbol resolution, the process of searching files and libraries to replace symbolic references or names of ...
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Relocation

[personal] Relocation, also known as moving, is the process of vacating a fixed location (such as a residence or business) and settling in a different one. A move can be to a nearby location within the same neighborhood, a much farther location in a different city, or sometimes a different country. It usually includes packing up all belongi...
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Relocation

Re`lo·ca'tion noun 1. A second location. 2. (Roman & Scots Law) Renewal of a lease.
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Relocation

Moving a unit for a customer from one location to another.
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Relocation

Moving a unit for a customer from one location to another.
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