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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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The Interior Ministry informed the police officers about their reassignment on Tuesday.
Using the reasoning of that Supreme Court case, the Seventh Circuit seems to have clarified its position regarding whether reassignment is mandatory despite an employer's policy of selecting the best qualified candidate for a position.
eIuIt is specious to speak of mass reassignments while arguing that they are in excess of 25 per cent, when in the same time period the Christofias government saw 2,400 police members reassigned, meaning 39 per cent,eIN Nicolaou said.
appellate-court-ordered reassignments over the course of twenty-six
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.
The reassignments came after the corruption investigation implicated four ministers, state bureaucrats and several prominent businessmen close to the AK Party.
One possibility, of course, is that these decisions are simply mistaken and that reassignments of this sort should be abandoned.
Bernardi said the District Attorney's Office must deal with severe county budget cuts and a hiring freeze, so there must be some reassignments of personnel.
The vacancies left by those reassignments will be filled by individuals currently working in the Consumer Services Unit, the only unit which is not mandated by law and which produces no revenues.
Junck also announced several reassignments among other Lee operating vice presidents: