noun change, changed ordering of priorities, changed priorities, reallocation, reallotment, reanalysis, reapportionment, rearrangement, reassignment, reassorting, reassortment, reconstitution, redistributing, redistribution, reestablishment, regradation, regrouping, reordering, reorganization, retabulating associated concepts: reclassification of job titles

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