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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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The apparent reduction in imports resulted from re-routing of some South-America-originating flights via Miami, resulting in their re-classification as U.
Some $300,000 in savings was identified in reductions in special education tuition and re-classification of staff.
One of the outcomes of the RDR is the re-classification of the types of financial advisers and the advice they can provide.
Council members have also previously approved the ministry's re-classification of detention facilities that will divide them according to sex, age, type of crime and period of arrest.
The Library of Congress started reorganization some years ago, a heroic thing to undertake with such large collections, and the re-classification has occupied a special staff for over seventeen years.
The genus re-classification followed an eight-year study of the DNA, bone structures and overall anatomy of Puntius species.
The discovery of oil, and Ghana's recent re-classification as a middle-income country, will undoubtedly redefine the relationship of the country with the donor community, as well as present important accountability challenges between the Ghanaian government and citizens.
In the event of recurring violation, the inspectors will raise memoranda containing statement of violation and the number of workers who were employed during the break time to consider the re-classification of the firm in light of the offenses and in accordance with the classification criteria.
Just west of Nigeria along the Gulf of Guinea coastline, the re-classification of this West African nation of 9.
The assessment is a basic criterion for an employee's training, promotion, incentives, simplification of job procedures and re-classification of jobs to improve performance, he added.
having a re-classification rejected or family problems) or deciding the workshop was not meeting their needs.
A difference between groups was detected and a re-classification was carried out with respect to insect remains, abnormal chamber appearance and emergence-hole diameter.