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assembly

Machinery a group of mating components before or after fitting together

assembly

[ə′sem·blē]
(computer science)
The automatic translation into machine language of a computer program written in symbolic language.
(mechanical engineering)
A unit containing the component parts of a mechanism, machine, or similar device.

ASSEMBLY

(language)
An early system on the IBM 702.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):1959-05-16].
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In one example, Etter and her co-workers start with the molecule para-nitroaniline -- used for making dyes -- and assemble it with other molecules into 25 different crystals, or solid states, each with unique optical and electronic properties.
Now that these units have been launched, our initial business plan is to assemble a few thousand units in the UAE," he explained.
Howard Davis, CEO, Assemble Systems, added, "Having entered the market just three years ago, it is very exciting that we were selected to be the technology partner for one of the leading construction firms in North America.
Clint Pargmann, Assemble Systems' president, speaks positively about the agreement.
Marley Hill: Assemble at St Cuthbert's Church, Marley Hill for the service at 10:15.
At this age De Vita likes to add a stretch/pile in between assembles.
TO ASSEMBLE CAKE, split each cake layer in half so you end up with 4 cake layers total.
A typical assembler will come to the home to assemble the product within three days to less than a full week after delivery of the furniture.
But with safety concerns arising due to the addition of an airbag, the auto manufacturer needed a new assembly and currently requires Inverness to assemble 70,000 of the parts/year.
With the help of its International Practice Group, the law firm finds partners and services for deals their clients want to assemble in the former Eastern Europe or they fill in the missing players for projects that are presented to the consortium.
Cleveland added, "Up to now, reviewing project content has been difficult because there was no single tool available to assemble it all in one place.
Supplier Should Manufacture And Assemble The Tool As Per Drg.