• WordNet 3.6
    • n reclassification classifying something again (usually in a new category)
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In literature:

It also led to irregularities in job reclassification by employers seeking to retain their workers through increases in pay.
"Area Handbook for Bulgaria" by Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole

In news:

TSSAA board votes Monday on reclassification.
Reclassification to help with funding of rec.
Mallory Weggemann Earns Redemption With Gold Medal After Reclassification .
GHSA reclassification moves teams around.
It passed by the smallest of margins, but the motion for reclassification in the Georgia High School Association has sent ripples throughout the state.
Timberland, O'Fallon Christian feel effect of MSHSAA reclassification .
TSSAA board votes Monday on reclassification .
TSSAA coaches eye reclassification .
At rally, VA workers denounce job reclassifications.
The Georgia High School Asso­ciation Reclassification Committee will make next season a little more clear when it places schools in regions today.
While Grovetown has played non-region games against county rivals Evans and Greenbrier, the GHSA's new reclassification plan will pit the three and Lakeside together in the same region for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 school years.
Reclassification is completed every two years.
The Georgia High School Association finally found a way to satisfy the majority on the controversial issue of reclassification at Monday's meeting.
FDA Extends Comment Period on Reclassification Rule.
Fed Calls for Reclassification of Gold.

In science:

The dynamical definition, while scientifically consistent, flies in the face of the apparent cultural desire to retain Pluto in the pantheon of planets. The spherical definition, while scientifically consistent and easily applied, does perhaps more damage to tradition than the simple reclassification of Pluto.
Planetesimals To Brown Dwarfs: What is a Planet?