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assign

Law a person to whom property is assigned; assignee

assign

[ə′sīn]
(computer science)
A control statement in FORTRAN which assigns a computed value i to a variable k, the latter representing the number of the statement to which control is then transferred.
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The scholarship of our day agrees with the opinion of their contemporaries in assigning to Beaumont the greater share of judgment and intellectual power and to Fletcher the greater share of spontaneity and fancy.
Then, as we were saying before, there is nothing unnatural in assigning music and gymnastic to the wives of the guardians-- to that point we come round again.
It was ungenerous and wrong to withdraw yourself so secretly and suddenly, immediately after such ardent protestations of attachment, without ever assigning a reason for the change.
In the little German watering-place to which the Shtcherbatskys had betaken themselves, as in all places indeed where people are gathered together, the usual process, as it were, of the crystallization of society went on, assigning to each member of that society a definite and unalterable place.
Breakfast being at length over, Mr Codlin called the bill, and charging the ale to the company generally (a practice also savouring of misanthropy) divided the sum-total into two fair and equal parts, assigning one moiety to himself and friend, and the other to Nelly and her grandfather.
SRM 2387 is intended for use as a primary control material for assigning values to in-house control materials and to validate analytical methods for measuring nutrients such as fat, protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Even though the principal diagnosis is the basis for DRG assignment, surgical procedures always take precedence over medical codes when assigning the final DRG, since in the eyes of CMS, surgical DRGs reflect higher complexity than medical DRGs.