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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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Bahceli also said Erdoy-an must provide solid ground for the recent reassignment of 8,000 police officers, suggesting that the prime minister had profiled the police officers based on their political or religious beliefs.
Department of Agriculture (USDA), to seek more information regarding the reassignments of several high-level career employees at USDA.
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