Realignment may refer to:

  • Realigning election, especially in US history and political science
  • Realignment in Middle East, US-Israeli geostrategy for synchronizing the Middle East
  • Realignment (sports)
  • Wheel alignment
  • Currency realignment

Other articles related to "realignment":

NASCAR Realignment - Realignment 2006–2007
... After its Cup series realignment plans, NASCAR turned to its second tier series, the Busch Series, for realignment in 2006 ...
Season Structure Of The NHL - 2013–14 Realignment
... On December 5, 2011, an NHL Board of Governors meeting, partially about realignment for the League, took place in Pebble Beach, California ... This potential realignment was discussed there and a new structure of the entire League was announced, consisting of 4 divisions based on geography, and 2 of those divisions have 7 teams, the others ... evening on January 6, 2012, the NHLPA rejected the realignment, pushing any realignment plan until at least the 2013-14 season ...
Anglican Diocese Of Pittsburgh - History - Realignment - Withdrawal From The Episcopal Church
... Also, some persons assert that the realignment of the diocese was not possible because the Constitution and Canons of the Episcopal Church make no provision for such a procedure ... committee, the ecclesiastical authority in the absence of a bishop, supported the vote for realignment with one exception ...
Midland Trail - Realignment
... Following a major realignment of the route and assumption into the state highway system around 1922, the main Midland Trail alignment in California bypassed early ...