By 1952, the local precinct, then renumbered
as the 13th, was moved to East 21st Street.
Other services would be renumbered
or re-routed, with revised timetables.
40 was named North Star in September 1906, rebuilt as a 4-6-0 in 1909, and renumbered
4000 in 1913.
It was renumbered
4472 and given the permanent name Flying Scotsman after the London to Edinburgh rail service which started in 1862.
In the case of Driggs, the runway was renumbered
prior to the proposed chart date of the amended procedures.
37-2 Proposed, previously published, amendments to renumbered
subdivision (h) "Rendition (of an Order)" defining rendition of electronically docketed documents were revoked by the Committee during its October 21, 2016, meeting.
02 of the Occupational Safety and Health Standards in relation to Article 168 of the Labor Code, as amended and renumbered
, and Rule VIII of the Department Order No.
alternatively, Scope Of Services Can Be Included Here And All Subsequent Exhibits Renumbered
Evening and Sunday journeys which serve Channel View will be displayed as 9A and the existing 9A service will be renumbered
9C and start from Westgate Street instead of Havelock Street.
They have edited many of the footnotes out of the cases, and have renumbered
the remaining ones to be consecutive with other footnotes.
Under Onwani the capital's major thoroughfares have been renumbered
so that motorists can find streets using a logical sequence of numbers.
The lock, which has had its flashpan removed and flintlock cock replaced with a percussion hammer, must have been renumbered
(not commonly seen but not worth any kind of a premium), as 1816 production ceased in 1840.