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assembly program

[ə′sem·blē ′prō·grəm]
(computer science)
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Defence industry sources say the Saudi assembly program has moved slower than expected due to unspecified problems.
Additionally, Publix plans to include an "Apron's Make-Ahead Meals" meal assembly program in two GreenWise locations set to open this fall.
In an unprecedented move for a supermarket operator, Publix Super Markets announced that it will introduce its own "Apron's Make-Ahead Meals" meal assembly program in two locations, reports Progressive Grocer.
It feels fine to read about a school that values visual art enough to make it the star of an assembly program. An anthropomorphic rabbit and frog create a painting of a neighborhood pond and they must present it to the audience of students and families by talking about it.
After the students finished their computer surgery for the day, they joined their classmates in a special assembly program. In a first of its kind, Dell conducted a TechTalk program, a kind of techie "fireside chat" with students, who asked questions about technology and Dell's life.
The first assembly program, titled "Tales of Whales," is geared toward kids in preschool through second grade, and the second, "What About Whales?," for grades three to five.
Rapidocs is a document assembly program that can quickly and easily create boilerplate text for legal and other documents.
Another MADD assembly program designed for secondary schools is "Fake ID," which also deals With the challenges and choices facing young people today with regard to using alcohol and drugs.
We have finally found a document assembly program that meets our needs.