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assign

Law a person to whom property is assigned; assignee
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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 Assignable Reminders feature is pretty straight-forward.
The assessor argued that the earlier case was wrongly decided because the state's Leasehold Appraisal Policy referred only to marketability, not whether the lease was a bargain lease and freely assignable. The court, however, found no reason to depart from its earlier standard.
The clear writing throughout makes it easily assignable to students.
Other contracts, such as equipment leases, maintenance contracts and the like, may also contain clauses providing for their termination upon assignment, or may not be assumable or assignable. Contracts that should be reviewed include shareholders or partnership agreements, buy-sell agreements, deferred compensation agreements for existing partners and unfunded retirement plans, which can create a significant liability for the combined entity.
Many Six Sigma projects have been launched in the rubber industry in order to find assignable causes of variation and take corrective action to improve the efficiency of the process with a reduction in scrap and rework.
"Assignable hobby space" addresses the needs of residents with intensive pastimes.
(1988) present the economic design of joint [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and [S.sup.2] and charts when a single assignable cause process model is considered.
The purpose of this study was to use quality improvement tools to determine any assignable causes that were linked to the workorder system within Housing and to make recommendations to control the causes, therefore improving the quality of the workorder system.
There is no conventional plot to Watt, nor are there always readily assignable meanings to the characters and events.
It will detect and show assignable causes that affect all of the cavities simultaneously.