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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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court judges in the dataset who have four reassignments or more hail
These are reassignments the chief believes are necessary and we support the chief," said Capt.
Alejandro Daviko Marcel, director of the Transgender Education Network, a state-funded agency in Boston, says he has never heard of an insurance company paying for reassignment surgery.
In addition to the staff reassignments, a number of Senior Executive Service (SES) staff were reassigned.
SMC told the PSE in its letter there was no need to disclose the reassignment of radio frequencies made by Liberty's unit, Tori Spectrum Telecom Inc.
259) When and why do those sorts of reassignments tend to happen?
In the petition, he wrote that his reassignment -- along with the reassignments of other prosecutors -- was politically motivated.
Asked if this meant the district collectors had not been demoted then, he said the court would decide this, as he insisted that his reassignment order was "valid.
It is also speculated that some reassignments in the Central Bank of Turkey will take place during its General Assembly meeting, which will be held on April 17 in Ankara.
If the police reassignments do not rest on legitimate reasons, then what you have done is engaged in persecution," Bahceli said.
Meanwhile, the impending retirement of Deputy Chief John White on July 5 and the possible retirement of Piersol and Banks have sparked speculation and turmoil at Parker Center about the potential for a new round of reassignments by Lewis, who last month shifted 11 top commanders to new positions.
com to better serve the needs of highly mobile international business leaders; pursuing a new, more targeted circulation strategy focused on C-suite executives; and making a number of related personnel promotions and reassignments.