reclassify


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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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The VCSP allows these taxpayers to reclassify workers at an initial cost that is much less than the potential penalties that may follow an IRS examination.
MID & LONG + 30" to remind you to review/ reclassify items in those two files.
Supervisor of Banks, Rony Hizkiyahu has ordered the banks to reclassify the company's debt and increase their doubtful-debt provisioning for Yes.
And Home Office spokesman said: "We do not accept that the decision to reclassify will lead to confusion.
The motion reads: 'This House congratulates the Home Secretary on his decision to accept the advice of the Police Foundation, the Advisory Committee on Drug Misuse, and the Home Affairs Select Committee to reclassify cannabis; and notes his statement that families convinced him the measure would be right because the present message, that all illegal drugs are equally dangerous, lacked credibility and increased the likelihood of the use of addictive killer drugs.
For example, by using Hi-G-Tek's real-time sensing throughout what's called the 'cold chain,' if refrigeration fails during transport of, say, fresh fish, alerted personnel, whether local or remote, can instantly reclassify the shipment for rerouting, because now time also is an issue.
7) Prior to 2005, an even greater tax incentive existed to reclassify building parts as personal property--first-year bonus depreciation deductions of 30% and 50% were available.
Thus, the proposal would reclassify significant assumptions as basic information rather than as required supplementary information.
The Lancaster district did not reclassify teachers because the district didn't have layoffs, said Jim Schettig, assistant superintendent for human resources.
Eight months later Home Secretary David Blunkett made clear his willingness to reclassify.
Its chief executive Roger Howard said: "This backs up the move to reclassify cannabis and we hope the Home Secretary will quickly implement its advice.
The Extraordinary General Meeting's resolution on the number of members and deputy members of the Board of Directors, the dismissal of the Chairman, members and deputy members of the Board, and the election of the Chairman and other members of the Board of Directors according to the above shall be subject to the condition that the Meeting approves the resolution to reclassify the Company's Series A shares according to the above and subject to the condition that, as well as be effective as of the date on which, Axel Johnson AB takes possession of 29 per cent of the shares in the Company according to the aforementioned share transfer agreement not later than 30 November 2006.