April 7, 2006


Posted in verb at 9:23 am by Feng

shakeup — A thorough, often drastic reorganization [dict]

In 24, Karen, sent by the vice president to assist the reconstruction of the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU), was involved in a conspiracy to absorb the whole CTU into the Homeland Security Department. However, she told her boss that she couldn't take over CTU when it was still effectively functioning in searching for a runaway terrorist. She said, "A shakeup right now will hamper that search."


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