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reclassification

noun change, changed ordering of priorities, changed priorities, reallocation, reallotment, reanalysis, reapportionment, rearrangement, reassignment, reassorting, reassortment, reconstitution, redistributing, reestablishment, regradation, regrouping, reorganization, retabulating
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What has changed is the cut-off value used to report these resources and the re-classification of some of the previous Inferred Resources to Indicated Resources.
No wonder re-classification morphed into a controversial train wreck.
Smith's & Spencer's (1992) re-classification had made necessary numerous new combinations under Aechmea.
The second edition of this book has been revised to include new findings since 2006 including further study of the surface of Mars, the re-classification of Pluto as a dwarf planet and new observations on dark matter in the Universe.
Checking novae, supernovae, eclipsing binaries, Wolf-Rayet stars and re-classification of bright red variables are areas being followed, and pro-am initiatives involve development of a database of spectra (not only of variable stars), and support of professional observing campaigns.
More arrests and bigger fines are to be dished out by police over the next few weeks to mark the re-classification from low-risk Category C.
After analysing ARV's proposed agreement in May, the NSWNA identified a number of concerns including the elimination of afternoon penalty rates and the re-classification of ENs and RNs as simply 'Care Professionals'.
Alternatively, when the old records are not linked to a pre-existing records retention schedule or the content is generally unknown, and re-classification would be impossible for practical reasons, the organization may elect to destroy the records after some standard, relatively long period such as 10 years after the last activity.
This comes at a time when the Government has just announced another re-classification of cannabis.
For the Mail, long campaigners against re-classification to Class C status under Blair's regime some four years ago, 'The U-turn' could only be regarded 'a damning admission that Labour's soft policy of recent years was a mistake and will bring down the curtain on a disastrous experiment'.
Echinacea taxonomy--Is the re-classification of the genus warranted?
He utilised the 1987-88 52-industry nominal GDP tables to work out the implications for each industry sector of the ANZSIC re-classification for comparisons with earlier classifications.