retag

retag

(ˌriːˈtæɡ)
vb (tr) , -tags, -tagging or -tagged
to tag again
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"You don't have to rework or repack or reopen the box, count how many are in there, find the wrong one and retag the product," adds Stone.
The implications for linked data are endless, and the functionality works on any content viewed in the browser, without the need for the content provider to enrich or retag content in any way.
Periodically create unique UPC codes and retag checkout stand inventories to benchmark item sell-through, and offer items that support local events and are relevant to community activities.
The prosecution was brought after Durham County Council officers visited High Hedley Hope Farm and discovered failures to register imported cattle with the British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS) and to correctly retag cattle with the appropriate ear tags.
Tanea Begum, Retag Hassan and Omamah Al-Qarakhli, who took up the sport a year ago after watching boys play it in the yard at Cathays High, say more girls should do sport.
Previously, the stories were buried in non-Google friends PDF, but the Times deployed its resources in order to retag and republish thousands of stories specifically for a play at search engine traffic.
If you catch a fish with a conventional "streamer" tag and intend to release the fish, it's usually best to cut off the tag and retag the animal.
Lambs born before January 1 can still carry a non-EID tag and there is no requirement to retag these animals.
Phil Stocker, NSA chief executive, said: "It is not a legal requirement to retag ewes and rams from the historic flock with electronic identifiers and we are not for a minute suggesting a gold-plating of the rules.
The user may delete, add, change or retag the existing blocks to better reflect the structure of the image.
The shop will weigh it, recharge it, replace the safety wire, and retag it.