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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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She points out that there are other benefits to businesses when reclassifying workers.
Though reclassifying rooms is acceptable in some cases, councils can't make "blanket" changes, his letter says.
Many more councils are also considering reclassifying housing stock and we hope Kirklees will be among them.
But he added: "Simply reclassifying a road doesn't actually create any extra resources with which to expand and upgrade a particular road.
Councilman Bernard Parks, a former LAPD chief, took the department to task for reclassifying domestic-violence assaults without first consulting the City Council.
In 2003 Trantina filed an amended return for 1999 again reclassifying the termination payments as capital gains from the sale of his agency.
We believe it would be irresponsible to consider reclassifying it.
By reclassifying cannabis we are being honest to young people about the harm cannabis can cause in comparison to drugs such as crack and heroin.
By reclassifying cannabis, we are being honest to young people about the harm cannabis can cause in comparison to drugs such as crack and heroin.
The European Commission is undertaking a survey on the economic challenges facing islands in the EU and has no interest in reclassifying what makes an island.
Process for listing, reclassifying, or delisting a species
On appeal, the town contends: 1) that the state's action in reclassifying certain segments of the road was unconstitutional absent the appropriation of additional state funding sufficient to cover any increased maintenance costs incurred by the town; and 2) that RSA 228:27 and :36 are unconstitutional.