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  • verb Present participle of reassign.

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Examples

  • Under the Constitution, Congress couldn't do any more than that, such as reassigning typical lawsuits to non-Article III judges.

    Lanny Davis: The Anna Nicole Smith Supreme Court Case: Uniting Liberals and Conservatives

  • The Microsoft and Logitech mice also can work with their own special software programs, but the extra features, such as reassigning a mouse button to open an application, aren't really necessary for the average user.

    Squeaky Wheels: Tracking Mobile Mice

  • Make no mistake, though: the Bush Administration have already cannibalized the Good Ship FDA--"reassigning" analysts, closing labs and pushing to shutter even more--and as recent food-contamination and toxic import scandal have demonstrated, it's been taking on water for some time now.

    Diminished Capacity: FDA Downsized and Privatized; America is at Risk

  • Make no mistake, though: the Bush Administration have already cannibalized the Good Ship FDA--"reassigning" analysts, closing labs and pushing to shutter even more--and as recent food-contamination and toxic import scandal have demonstrated, it's been taking on water for some time now.

    Diminished Capacity: FDA Downsized and Privatized; America is at Risk

  • Bloch routinely retaliated against whistleblowers in his own staff by either "reassigning" or flat-out firing them illegally removed language clarifying OSC's jurisdiction over sexual orientation discrimination complaints from the OSC website and official documents.

    The Project On Government Oversight (POGO) Blog

  • According to the source, Thomas and FIU athletic director Pete Garcia met as far back as two weeks ago, which precipitated FIU "reassigning" coach Sergio Rouco on Monday.

    Sports News : CBSSports.com

  • According to the source, Thomas and FIU athletic director Pete Garcia met as far back as two weeks ago, which precipitated FIU "reassigning" coach Sergio Rouco on Monday.

    Sports News : CBSSports.com

  • In the NFL, where plays, packages and formations are in constant flux, the idea of reassigning one player would be too minor of a tweak to mention.

    A Hockey Team With a Turbocharger

  • In a nod to calls for police accountability, the interior ministry unveiled its largest personnel shake-up in history last week, reassigning some 4,000 policemen and pushing into early retirement more than 600 high-level officers who may be implicated in the deaths of protesters during the revolution.

    Egypt's Leader Names New Ministers

  • Archbishop of New York Timothy Dolan did come on stronger in his March 20th interview on 60 Minutes where he said,When you think what happened both that a man who proposes to act in the name of God would have abused an innocent young person and that some bishops in a way would have continenced that by reassigning abusers, nothing less than hideous.

    Catholic mothers to bishops: Step up against abuse

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