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  1. Pivoting

    of Pivot

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of pivoting in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of pivoting in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of pivoting in a Sentence

  1. Mynul Khan:

    Spurred by competitive demands for more agile organizations, the world of work is pivoting to a blended workforce.

  2. Frank Sharry:

    One side is filling the zone with a narrative and the other side is saying virtually nothing. As a result, many swing voters who found Trump's cruelty abhorrent are upset at Biden for what they call minding the store and not having a plan, democratic candidates are going to have to both compete on who has the better solution, who has the best immigration solution, and by pivoting to issues that motivate Democratic voters.

  3. Beth Osborne:

    They're still dealing with this, we're building stuff without thinking. We haven't gotten results on congestion and rather than pivoting, we're going to do it underground, too.

  4. Peter Li:

    There is nothing to stop farmers continuing business as usual but pivoting to selling their farmed wild animals for traditional Chinese medicine instead.

  5. Jonathan Miller:

    You have more people pivoting, they were on the margin to buy a home, but now with mortgage rates spiking, they are in the rental market, the market is already tight. This makes it tighter.

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