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reassign

verb assign again, change, commit again, consign again, deal again, portion out again, reallocate, reappoint, reappropriate, recommission, redistribute, redivide, reengage, reinstall, rezone, transfer
Associated concepts: reassign a case
See also: reapportion, recover, redistribute, relocate, remand
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Edward Carranza was reassigned to Cordillera police, while Chief Supt.
He said that Browning will be reassigned from her D.
Those who temporarily reassigned me as a public prosecutor in Malatya have been revealed to have overstepped their authority.
WASHINGTON -- Reassigned 1B Mike Carp and LHP to minor league camp.
CR-VIS Credit Rating Company Limited has reassigned the corporate governance rating of 'CGR 9' to Pak Kuwait Investment Company Private Limited (PKICL), which denotes 'very high level of corporate governance'.
According to the report, it has been mentioned that the reassigned personnel, about 100 in number, will work out of Japan for the time being, making trips to local markets as needed.
District officials declined to reveal the names of the reassigned employees during the investigation but other district sources confirmed that the principal, Assistant Principals Barbara Haskin and Marc Strassner, volleyball coach Arman Mercado, athletic trainer Lisa McKeon and campus police officer Malcolm Norrington were reassigned from their duties at Taft on Tuesday.
Unfortunately, when I read the list of countries that will lose foreign service jobs under the Rice plan, I saw that only two of the reassigned diplomats will come from Britain, and none from France, Switzerland, Italy, or Spain, which have traditionally been the cushiest, most sought-after, and consequently most overstaffed.
As of December 10, 2005, the Oklahoma City Branch office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City will no longer process checks, and depository institutions that were assigned to that office have been reassigned to the head office of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
The Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) reassigned allotment from companies that were not expected to fulfill their allocation to companies that have a greater capacity to do so.
The US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel who has been charged in connection with the vandalism of cars parked at Denver International Airport has reportedly been reassigned to a non-supervisory position.
Legal institutions can reassign property tides, but if property is constantly, chaotically, and unpredictably reassigned, it's not "property" at all; it has no legal security.