Meaning of ASSEMBLY in English

ASSEMBLY

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

assembly language

assembly line

constituent assembly

freedom of assembly (= the right of people to meet as a group for a particular purpose )

Restrictions on freedom of assembly were gradually relaxed.

legislative assembly/council/body etc (= one with the power to make laws )

the main legislative body of the EC

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

annual

For the first time, the World Health Organisation's annual assembly passed a resolution condemning female circumcision.

constituent

Voters also heavily endorsed a clause on the ballot paper calling for the convening of a constituent assembly to reform the Constitution.

These included the dissolution of the present government and constituent assembly .

The classical idea of a constituent assembly submitting a constitution to referendum was thus to be mediated through the Landtage.

Elections should then follow for a constituent assembly which would draft a constitution.

Phase Two would begin with the election of the constituent assembly , replacing the existing tri-cameral parliament from which blacks were excluded.

elected

By August the government was trying to pacify protest by undertaking to summon an elected consultative assembly .

He also had the right to make laws with the agreement of the elected assemblies .

The role of elected assemblies is largely reduced to legitimizing policy formulation in tripartite planning councils.

Nor can the often minimal presence of women in the politics and elected assemblies of the Western democracies.

final

Moreover, Kalmar contains but a small part of the total final assembly facilities within the Volvo enterprise.

It was as though our brains had been programmed elsewhere, then shipped here for final assembly .

Derek Jefferson had certainly whizzed them round the factory, and was already in the final assembly area.

Aerospatiale makes the cockpit and performs final assembly at its Toulouse plant.

The final part of assembly is the bow tensioning.

Another possible point of attack is the final assembly of new viruses and their release from the infected cell.

Alternatively the basic restored airframe and engine components can be supplied part finished allowing the owner to perform final assembly and painting.

general

All major decisions are taken by a general assembly in which each adult member of a kibbutz has the right to vote.

The greater houses still served as general assembly rooms for a host of petitioners, relatives, friends and hangers-on.

Six of the federation's eight permanent staff were made redundant after its last general assembly in May.

The church of Ireland still has one all-island synod, the presbyterians a single general assembly , the methodists one conference.

legislative

There is no legislative assembly , although the formation of an advisory assembly has been under consideration since 1980.

local

This provided for the election by all landowners over the age of twenty-five of representatives to local and provincial assemblies .

An often acceptable compromise is local manufacture or assembly by a multinational company.

The zemstvo reform of 1890 increased noble domination of the local assemblies .

national

She was recognized by a grand national assembly at Scone as heiress to the throne.

Opposition parties repeated their call for the election of a national constituent assembly to draw up a new constitution.

On April 30 Lekhanya announced proposals to set up a national constituent assembly to draw up a new constitution.

It was obvious that Rhee had intimidated the national assembly with threats of arrest.

To compensate for the absence of its own national assembly .

new

Late in the genesis of the law on zemstva, the new assemblies were permitted to use their resources for schools.

Many of Texas Instruments' new products have assemblies costing thousands of dollars, and customers are understandably anxious regarding service.

The new assembly would be appointed, not elected, the reports said.

With 119 seats, the Rassemblement became the largest party in the new assembly .

The new assembly workers hadn't heard of Mulligan.

The new law on assembly allowed citizens to gather or hold demonstrations without prior approval from the local government.

The grave social and political crises that they all face will prove a severe test for their new , untried assemblies .

The issue arose again this month, when Assam voters elected a new state assembly .

provincial

This provided for the election by all landowners over the age of twenty-five of representatives to local and provincial assemblies .

The three are fighting over control of the provincial assemblies , which will be important in the run-up to the election.

The delegates sit in a provincial assembly and implement directives from both regional and national capitals.

Press and provincial assemblies hastened to proclaim solidarity with the Tsar.

Preliminary results for elections to a total of 483 seats in the four provincial assemblies were announced on Oct. 29.

The three provincial assemblies together constitute the Territorial Congress.

Mr Ishaq wants all the provincial assemblies dissolved, in order to create a constitutional crisis that will force a general election.

Some of Mr Sharif's infuriated followers then kidnapped the secretary of the provincial assembly , Chaudry Habibullah.

public

The provisions related to public assemblies vary slightly from those for marches and processions.

His enigmatic features gaze down in every public place of assembly .

regional

This is what I would also like to see happen throughout Great Britain, with devolution and regional assemblies .

It wants to curtail Parliament's powers over the regions and impose regional assemblies .

representative

For instance, I've heard of representative assemblies of large co-operatives choosing their own director.

A representative assembly should be in miniature an exact portrait of the people at large.

Much the same point may be made about the representative assemblies of advanced capitalism.

He refused a seat on the dominion council because the new government lacked a representative assembly .

Attempts by the Northern Ireland secretary, Humphrey Atkins, to promote a representative assembly , proved a complete failure.

whole

These closing weeks also are often the most valuable of the whole assembly .

Once this has been done the whole shuttle assembly is supported on the solid rocket boosters.

Elections for the whole assembly could also be called in the autumn.

In some places, and increasingly in these times, the whole assembly is taking a larger musical part.

Filters must be cleaned, cooling systems drained, and the whole assembly checked regularly and carefully for gas leaks.

■ NOUN

car

However, if car assembly were to end then Dagenham's wheel plant might also disappear.

election

However, the Catholic parties refused to take the seats they won in the assembly elections .

Candidates from the ruling Liberal Democratic party won the most seats in last month's Tokyo metropolitan assembly elections .

In the 1997 general election it took 24.1 % of the vote, which dropped to 22 % in the assembly election.

fuel

An underwater video shows the fuel assembly inching up, then swinging free.

The rest of the fuel assemblies were removed from the reactor.

That schedule still could be met if the fuel assembly can be removed today, Stewart said.

Earlier Wednesday, technicians placed two additional metal straps around the fuel assembly to give it greater support.

hall

The fire had been started in a pile of books and spread through the assembly hall and classrooms.

language

These routines are written in assembly language but called as procedures or functions from Pascal modules.

Widely used around the world, A86 is the number one comprehensive assembly language programming system.

A86 is an extremely high performance assembler as it can compile 1000 lines per second of assembly language code.

Generally, if labels have been used, you must make 2 passes through the assembly language code to resolve forward references.

An assembly language statement consists of 3 elements; an optional label, an instruction and an operand.

A new assembly language entails yet another learning curve.

In practice, a mix of assembly language and C will be needed.

In assembly language , a comment ends at the end of the statement.

line

The philosophy of the assembly line was to break down the work into simple elements that required no special training.

He was proud of his fully mechanized assembly line and wanted to show it off.

New industrial methods based on assembly lines and continuous processes were typically more dependent on electricity than the ones they replaced.

Boeing blamed late aircraft deliveries, snarled assembly lines and shortages of parts and skilled labor for the loss.

A group of Benn's assembly line girls came in, joined them for half an hour, and went out again.

The particle approach to writing is based on a philosophy of teaching and learning that has been likened to an assembly line .

Manufacturing engineer working on assembly line design.

One day the assembly line is grinding out station wagons or Styrofoam, the next day jeeps or Plexiglas.

lines

If we could list those we'd have advance warning of shortage problems on the assembly lines two months before they occur.

Boeing blamed late aircraft deliveries, snarled assembly lines and shortages of parts and skilled labor for the loss.

New industrial methods based on assembly lines and continuous processes were typically more dependent on electricity than the ones they replaced.

On assembly lines , cleverly simple devices prevent mistakes.

These problems can be overcome by utilising assembly lines ie moving over to a mass production method. 17.

The employment of these workers goes beyond manufacturing establishments and factory assembly lines to a wide range of jobs.

And the Linwood plant a graveyard, grass growing between the assembly lines , corrugated-iron roofs flapping in the wind.

plant

He spent 18 years working for Ford, ending up as manager of its Dearborn assembly plant .

Suppose Joe worked as an operator in a widget assembly plant .

All organisations studied are electronics assembly plants .

In 1982, Patricia Carrigan became the first woman assembly plant manager in the history of General Motors.

Manufacturing subsidiaries range from simple assembly plants to complete production units.

A simple assembly plant subsidiary is particularly useful where the product is bulky and freight costs are high.

There were worries that the combined Austin Rover/Ford operation would develop merely into an assembly plant for cars designed abroad.

point

Timings are arranged to allow most people to reach the assembly point from home that day by car or public transport.

Paths were worn between one friendly community and another, between markets and recognized assembly points .

They were straightened, then cut to length on a saw, drilled, and placed adjacent to their assembly points .

Workers rushed to their designated assembly points .

But most of the 49 designated assembly points exist only on maps.

All 50 assembly points were reportedly experiencing acute food shortages.

school

I asked this question last week of a group of children at a school assembly .

Take Kim Krushowsky, who got the jumping bug in second grade while watching a rope show at a school assembly .

Kelly has also been remembered in prayers at school assembly .

McIntosh recalled meeting with the children who were killed just a few weeks ago in a school assembly .

Encouraging parents to attend school assembly on a regular basis.

Gaffney had no qualms about presenting his dances at school assemblies and in impromptu cafeteria performances.

He remembers the school assembly when the honour was announced.

state

At stake were 180 parliamentary and 455 state assembly seats.

Now towns like Summerton have been given a lift by a law the state assembly passed last year.

The issue arose again this month, when Assam voters elected a new state assembly .

There were 58 state assembly by-elections in all, spread across different states.

■ VERB

build

For example, an upstream team might be building circuit assemblies that a downstream team installs in a finished subcomponent.

elect

The issue arose again this month, when Assam voters elected a new state assembly .

hold

She starts each day by calling the register, holding a religious assembly and reading the punishment book.

Today, head teacher Bob Mander held a special assembly for the popular pupil.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

Jeffries is running for state Assembly in the 22nd District.

Some toy stores help with assembly .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

For instance, I've heard of representative assemblies of large co-operatives choosing their own director.

Kathy was there, and Tony Carbo, and a happy-looking assembly of dignitaries in pin-stripes and starched blue shirts.

The first assembly flight for the station had been scheduled for November.

The original intention was to hive off assembly operations to sub-contractors.

There were often small variations in the assembly and fabrication of otherwise similar pieces.

This provided for the election by all landowners over the age of twenty-five of representatives to local and provincial assemblies.

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