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re·as·sign·ment

(rē-ă-sīn'mĕnt),
Redirection of attributes or properties; transfer of patients from one care provider or facility to another.
[re- + assignment]

re·as·sign·ment

(rēă-sīnmĕnt)
Redirection of attributes or properties; transfer of patients from one care provider or facility to another.
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Ercan TaE-tekin, a former police chief, said in remarks to the BugE-n daily that the reassignment of police officers is part of efforts by the AK Party government to create a partisan police force.
Part II will summarize relevant portions of a series of cases predating United Airlines II that deal with the concept of reassignment as a reasonable accommodation under the ADA.
years, (90) including forty reassignments ordered by the Ninth Circuit
A deputy Los Angeles fire chief involved in some of the embattled department's most controversial cases was effectively demoted Tuesday in a staffing reassignment.
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After all lateral reassignments were completed, all remaining vacant positions in headquarters, resource centers, and the divisions were advertised through the merit promotion process.
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The most immediate public impact as a result of the reassignment of individuals in the Consumer Services Unit will be that the department will no longer be able to handle telephone inquiries from the public," Connor noted.
21, had acted against earlier principles it had decided on regarding transfers and reassignments.
Narcotics officers, whose ranks were depleted by reassignments in the wake of the Sept.
Our ability to achieve results is partially based on tracking the structure of patent assignees through mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and patent reassignments at every point in time for over three decades.
According to the speculation, the purges will be concentrated in the Capital Markets Board (SPK) and Borsa ystanbul (BIST), while reassignments are also expected in Turkey's state-owned banks Halkbank and Zirt Bankasy.