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  • verb Present participle of reclassify.

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Examples

  • From the structure of a faceted scheme, and how this can aid the processes of both classification and retrieval, to the practical issues involved in reclassifying a library - 7 June 2007 - Oxford, UK

    May 2007

  • And the net-neutrality advocate doesn't appear to go as far as its coalition, the Open Internet Coalition, which has supported the idea of reclassifying broadband as a Title II common carrier service.

    Google on FCC broadband authority: We're staying out of it

  • The discussions centre on the idea of reclassifying ZhongKun's investment so that it would fall under the approval of a different ministry, thereby circumventing Minister of the Interior Ogmundur Jonasson, who issued the original rejection, according to a person familiar with the matter.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • And the net-neutrality advocate doesn't appear to go as far as its coalition, the Open Internet Coalition, which has supported the idea of reclassifying broadband as a Title II common carrier service.

    RSSMicro Search - Top News on RSS Feeds

  • And the net-neutrality advocate doesn't appear to go as far as its coalition, the Open Internet Coalition, which has supported the idea of reclassifying broadband as a Title II common carrier service.

    RSSMicro Search - Top News on RSS Feeds

  • After its attempt to regulate Internet service providers was rebuffed by the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals, the FCC proposed "reclassifying" the Internet to regulate Internet service providers anyway.

    White House Should Respect Courts

  • The sources said Genachowski thinks "reclassifying" broadband to allow for more regulation would be overly burdensome on carriers and would deter investment.

    FCC Chairman Genachowski expected to leave broadband services deregulated

  • The sources said Genachowski thinks "reclassifying" broadband to allow for more regulation would be overly burdensome on carriers and would deter investment.

    FCC Chairman Genachowski expected to leave broadband services deregulated

  • The sources said Genachowski thinks "reclassifying" broadband to allow for more regulation would be overly burdensome on carriers and would deter investment.

    FCC Chairman Genachowski expected to leave broadband services deregulated

  • In the past few weeks since a federal court decision jeopardized your ability to protect Internet users, nearly 250,000 people have signed petitions or sent messages urging you to protect the Internet by "reclassifying" broadband under Title II of the Communications Act. And yes, we know what "reclassify" means.

    Megan Tady: Just Do It, Julius

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