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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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(56) Thomas Littleton, Les tenures de Monsieur Littleton, Londres, Assigners of John More Esquire, 1639.
You have discovery of a party, the inventors, and the assigners. (10) It is a much more limited approach to oral discovery, which can make the case somewhat more cost effective.
All the terms in D that don't have assigners are normal forms by themselves, i.e.,
In addition, I usually add similar contact information for the assigners of officials, the bus dispatchers, and all other individuals who you might need in emergencies.
Owners and workload assigners must realize that the situation can only be temporary and a proper long-term solution is necessary.
Currently, losses reported to the carrier's central loss reporting unit in Sioux Falls, Iowa, either by phone, fax, or Web, are entered by loss assigners into Esurance's FileHandler claims management system, built by JW Software.
predicative) prepositions like with/con (expressing accompaniment) or genitive of/de (expressing possession) might behave differently from non-theta-marking prepositions, which are mere case assigners like of/de.
Unlike the URN, DOI, and PURL schemes, the ARK scheme recognizes that two important classes of name authority affect persistence: original assigners of names and current providers of mapping services (which map names to objects, to metadata, and to promises).