from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To grade again, give a new grade or grading to.
- v. To regroup or reassign.
- v. To change the classification of potentially secret documentation.
- v. To retire or recede.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To retire; to go back.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To retire; go back; retrograde.
They note that the state actually requires teachers to regrade certain Regents tests where the student barely fails in order to check for grading errors.
Most collectors would have a hard time telling an MS64 from an MS65 and a number of already-certified MS65 Indian Head half eagles might come back MS64 if they were (re) submitted for a regrade.
Further, a coin that is already PCGS graded MS-65 grade may be submitted, for a fee, through the ‘regrade’ service.
I regularly instruct the control room to regrade calls.
Also, the clay soil in front of the house slopes slightly toward the house and almost meets the siding, so I can't regrade it.
The PCGS allows for coins in old holders to be placed into SecureShield holders via two methods, a reholder service or a regrade service.
While some controversially graded coins will sneak into Secure Shield holders via the reholder or regrade services, these will not constitute a large percentage of the coins in SecureShield holders.
Most collectors would have a hard time telling an MS64 from an MS65 and a number of already-certified MS65 Indian Head half eagles might come back MS64 if they were resubmitted for a regrade.
While mining companies are required tobackfill and regrade mountaintops so they closely resemble the original surface configuration, generally this never happens -- primarily because little guidance exists for defining AOC and even less has been done to enforce it.
And how does one regrade a community park, or for that matter, the sacred precinct of Central Park, into an effective propaganda tool against homosexuality and same-sex marriage?
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