reclassification


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reclassification

(ˌriːklæsɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act of changing the category or classification of something
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Noun1.reclassification - classifying something again (usually in a new category)
classification, compartmentalisation, compartmentalization, assortment, categorisation, categorization - the act of distributing things into classes or categories of the same type
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The County of Grande Prairie requested the reclassification to curb inappropriate land use that included incidents of vandalism and random off-highway vehicle (OHV) activity.
Bulacan is so blessed, but I worry because of the government's too much land reclassification and conversion.
In July of 2013, Lawrence + Memorial Hospital ("Lawrence"), an urban hospital in New London, Connecticut, applied for reclassification as a rural hospital, as well as designation as a Rural Referral Center ("RCC"), which it was granted.
The net foreign flows associated with the reclassification has gained added importance given investors' experience in Qatar and UAE, two markets which saw pre-buying by locals and significant market run-up (46-70% return) from MSCI announcement of upgrade leading to actual inclusion.
A total of 38 (3%) men died from other causes before any reclassification or treatment, while 9 succumbed to other causes after receiving prostate cancer treatment.
Baseline characteristics (diagnostic age, family history of prostate cancer, PSA, PSA density [PSAD], prostate volume, clinical stage, Gleason score, D'Amico risk classification, number of biopsy cores, number of positive cores, maximum percent of core involvement) were included in a multivariate Cox regression analysis to assess factors associated with disease reclassification on surveillance biopsy.
According to the firm, Deposit Reclassification, a retail sweep program, is a Federal Reserve Board acknowledged practice that reduces reserve requirements by reclassifying transaction accounts as non-transaction accounts, which are not subject to reserve requirements.
For example, reclassification adjustments do not arise from an OCI component resulting from changes in revaluation surplus recognized in accordance with IAS 16, Property, Plant and Equipment.
Closer to home, anticipating the reclassification, and supported by strong macro fundamentals, both the UAE and Qatar markets have had a good run
This implements the second part of MSCI's 2013 annual market classification review, and follows the reclassification of Greece from Developed to Emerging market status, and Morocco from Emerging to Frontier market status on November 27, 2013.
But when the Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry approved the reclassification of Avenue 38 it stopped 12 metres short of his home.
The proposed reclassification of Marlboro brands to low trier will erode government's revenues from the so-called "sin" products, Lucky Strike cigarette-maker British American Tobacco (BAT) said.