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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reassign.

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Examples

  • Was once again reassigned to the squadron's SPECS Deployment Flight.

    Denny Roach Apology

  • Australian Navy deserters who kindly fed and took care of him for a week-he returned to his ship and his captain reassigned him to duty, without discipline.

    Charles Ferguson Herring

  • And in an effort to carry the audience over a little bit, the minor-but-enjoyable character of Miles O'Brien was reassigned from the Enterprise-D and became a full member of the cast on DS9.

    Revisiting Star Trek [Part 3 of 7]: Deep Space Nine

  • Chris Mason, who was recently reassigned from the Nashville Predators, had 28 saves, including 11 stops in the final stanza, in his first game with Milwaukee, which is 4-1-1 in its last six contests.

    USATODAY.com

  • In only his second game since being reassigned from the Detroit Red Wings, Williams broke a scoreless tie 1: 56 into the first period with the first of five unanswered goals.

    American Hockey League - Syracuse vs. Cincinnati

  • Several administration officials also participate in the call: Nell Abernathy of United We Serve, part of the Corp. for National and Community Service; Buffy Wicks of the White House Office of Public Engagement; and Yosi Sergant, then communications director for the NEA (he has been "reassigned" since the scandal broke).

    September 21st, 2009

  • The loan was subsequently "reassigned" to Mr Braithwaite personally and he had made arrangements to pay it back.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Gen. Hartmann, the Commissions 'legal adviser, was "reassigned" after three Commission judges -- all US military officers, appointed by the government -- had disqualified him from two trials (and one post-trial review) because of his transparent pro-prosecution bias.

    Andy Worthington: New Evidence of Systemic Bias in Guantanamo Trials

  • Of course in City Politics, loyal servants of the Mayor don't get fired, they get "reassigned".

    Sarno out of DONE - FINALLY!

  • The officer has been "reassigned" pending the outcome of an internal investigation, as has his partner on the force -- while the department looks into reports that he phoned the suspect's home to ask her out on a date.

    Boing Boing: March 27, 2005 - April 2, 2005 Archives

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