redivision

redivision

(ˌriːdɪˈvɪʒən)
n
(Mathematics) the act of redividing
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Even a lazy man, who does nothing but make debts, has time to marry a widow who pays them; a priest finds time to become a bishop "in partibus." A sober, intelligent young fellow, who begins with a small capital as a money-changer, soon buys a share in a broker's business; and, to go even lower, a petty clerk becomes a notary, a rag-picker lays by two or three thousand francs a year, and the poorest workmen often become manufacturers; whereas, in the rotatory movement of this present civilization, which mistakes perpetual division and redivision for progress, an unhappy civil service clerk, like Chazelle for instance, is forced to dine for twenty-two sous a meal, struggles with his tailor and bootmaker, gets into debt, and is an absolute nothing; worse than that, he becomes an idiot!
In protesting this virtual redivision of Kosovo into ethnic enclaves, Kosovars took to the streets.
However, in the same way that internal consultants in Brazilian companies are lacking when it comes to processes related to "Engineering and Medicine at Work" and "Personnel Department and Labor Relations", the latter with a lower index than that of BPs from Brazilian companies, the performance of the BP might be affected in areas such as the redivision of labor, if an employee is removed.
As Richard Friedman has explained, "Because the redivision
Using the number of areas rather than the number of data sets, the AP algorithm conducts a redivision process to improve clustering performance.
None of this undermines Stiglitz's argument that Europe needs a redivision of currencies to rebalance trade.
Nimeiri decrees Redivision of the South (known popularly as KOKORA), in response to popular demands by mostly Equatorians against perceived Dinka domination and misrule.
While he did not give any details of President Duterte's proposed redivision of the Philippines, Alvarez maintained that only federalism would allow the regions to realize their full economic potential as self-governing units and to reduce strife.
That means a redivision of the region along current ethnic, tribal, religious and political lines.
"They said that they [lawmakers] going to give it priority [the proposed redivision of NIRC], and when the Senate gives a priority, we will be supportive," Purisima said.