Reclassifying: Webster's Facts and Phrases

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Nonfiction Usage Journalism UsageNBA - News: June 30, 2003 - Headline: FBI Joins Search for Missing Baylor University Basketball Player. Excerpt: Waco police say Dennehy's teammates and others have been questioned about the disappearance of the 2.08 meter, 104 kilogram center, who often clashed with fellow players. Officials said last week they were moving toward reclassifying the case from a missing person search to a homicide investigation.Legal UsageGovernment of Philippines. Republic Act 8353 of 30 September 1997 expands the definition of the crime of rape, reclassifying the same as a crime against persons, amending for the purpose Act no. 3815, as amended, otherwise known as the revised Penal Code. Act incorporates a new chapter on rape; when and how committed. Published in Official gazette on September 30, 1997.Governmental UsageTrade in Guatemala. The FMP also has tightened requirements for reclassifying non-performing assets, for information disclosure, and for avoiding lending to directors and owners.Patent UsageRECLASSIFYING SILENCER: Patented by James F. Loughran on March 1, 1989. Abstract: There is disclosed a silencer for a pneumatic system, including a sound muffler containing a primary filter and removable cartridge containing an oil mist reclassifying filter.Rotary crusher/reclaimer for reclaiming and reclassifying sand and related aggregates from lump materials: Patented by Charles J. Didion and Michael S. Didion on July 5, 1995. Abstract: The present invention relates to a rotary lump crusher/reclaiming drum for reclaiming lump materials such as aggregates, chemically-bonded sand lumps, dross, ferrous and non-ferrous scrap and slag. The rotary drum has an outer cylinder concentric with an inner cylinder both of which rotate simultaneously, the latter containing treatment compartments to reduce the lumps to smaller pieces which are in turn reduced to reclassifiable particulate matter in preparation for resuage.Bibliographic UsageBlazek, Daniel. Author of Reclassifying Florida State Documents: Down to the Nitty Gritty, published in 1994.Cavana, R. Y., et al. Author of Attitudes Towards Reclassifying Academic Titles in New Zealand Universities, published in Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, vol. 18, no. 1, p. 93-106, in May 1996.C'de Baca J., McMillan G.P., Lapham S.C. Authors of Reclassifying DIS-III-R alcohol use disorders to DSM-IV criteria in a sample of convicted impaired drivers, published in Journal of Studies on Alcohol, vol. 67, no. 6, in November 2006.DuCille, Anne. Author of There is confusion: reclassifying Jessie Fauset (sound recording). Published in 1994.First M.B. Author of Weighing the pro's and con's of reclassifying dyspareunia, published in Archives of Sexual Behavior, vol. 34, no. 1, p. 30-2, 57-61, in February 2005.

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