work assembly

work assembly

[′wərk ə‚sem·blē]
(computer science)
The clerical activities related to organizing collections of data records and computer programs or series of related programs.
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Voice of the playground The general comments throughout the school: "Nice teachers,I learn a lot, PE, good work assembly, English and Maths, good playtime equipment, after school clubs, seeing our friends, school trips."
The company trained the 13 women in technical work assembly of light parts of heavy machinery.
"Both Deatrick and Tupper are rising stars within our experienced work assembly," says Davis Taylor, vice president of manufacturing.
A National Assembly spokeswoman said: 'We understand that the Yorke-Wades are appreciative of all the work Assembly officials have put in to secure the joint funding and the placement for their son.'
Water Mill is successful because of Art Week, Science Week, Good Work Assembly and a great head teacher who takes good care of us.
Leffington's vision of a white-collar work assembly line subject to the rigorous control of the factory floor was now within reach." Although that vision was rooted in the idea of scientific management, the term was eschewed by business and its consultants; "reengineering" was substituted for it, the practice and culture of Taylorism being continued if transformed by new instrumentalities of measurement, control, and deskilling of the operator.
Exploiting north light for close work assembly and the south for solar collection, the building's orientation forms a key part of its environmental control strategy.
"I think it does prove just how much work assembly members have to put in.