from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective brought together into a group or crowd.
- adjective formed by fitting or joining components together.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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In that company, the septet that the label assembled to commemorate its 70th anniversary feels less all-star than all-respectable.
You voted for Obama, now just nod and smile and ignore the fact that the team he assembled is (to borrow his term) rather "Special Olympics".
Textbooks have not gone the way of the scroll yet, but many educators say that it will not be long before they are replaced by digital versions — or supplanted altogether by lessons assembled from the wealth of free courseware, educational games, videos and projects on the Web.
The deployment of the Rapid Intervention Border Teams, assembled from the border guard forces of other European countries, will be the first time Brussels has deployed multinational armed units on the EU's external land border.
Tollin assembled a documentary on the USFL for ESPN earlier this year, and has been involved with such recent inspirational sports pictures as Coach Carter, Radio, and Hardball.
But the political empire under which they are nominally assembled is perishing.
A concept for encouraging the reuse of cardboard boxes, the Box Table is assembled from a pre-printed box with only a few simple cuts and folds.
We are lead instead to meanings and marks of signification whose selection is based on the hybridity of the Real and Symbolic, the desires assembled from the Real and socially inscribed desiring.
Listen, Galpin assembled that beauty ... and it IS cool.
Editor's note: the largest spacecraft ever assembled is in LEO.