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reclassify

[rē′klas·ə·fī]
(ordnance)
To change the security classification of a document, piece of equipment, or the like.
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'We have already reclassified around seven percent as a result of the 2013 Zoning Ordinance.
'We have reclassified it from Section 307 of the Penal Code for attempted murder to Section 302 of the Penal Code for murder,' he said in a statement.
Of the unique variants, 6.4 percent were reclassified. Among unique variants initially classified as pathogenic or likely pathogenic or those classified as benign or likely benign, reclassification to a different clinical classification was rare (0.7 and 0.2 percent, respectively).
(4-6) In a pilot study to confirm and expand upon those prior studies, we performed NGS targeting mutation hotspots in 50 genes in NSCLC previously diagnosed as large cell carcinoma and now reclassified by 2015 WHO criteria with particular attention to tumors that now meet 2015 WHO criteria for LCC-N.
The Texas Railroad Commission, the state's drilling regulator, reclassified nearly 850 oil wells as natural gas wells during the 2015 budget year.
In addition, new separate classifications for PSAs will create a special classification, "including single, dual, and triple chamber PSA devices that will be reclassified from Class III to Class II," according to the notice.
For example, in Nottingham, flats in tower blocks with two bedrooms are being reclassified as only having one bedroom.
Worker classification issues uncovered in an audit can lead to costly assessments of past employment taxes, penalties, and interest for reclassified employees.
Peter Gruen, of Leeds City Council, which last month reclassified 837 homes as having fewer bedrooms, launched a furious attack on the Coalition.
Leeds Council has reclassified a relatively small number of bedrooms and are amazed that such a small change should lead to this reaction by the government.
Labour-led Nottingham City Council has now reclassified 1,000 two-bedroom flats in tower blocks as onebedroom, while rooms of less than 50 sq ft could be reassessed.