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  • noun Plural form of assembly.

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Examples

  • My fourth graders, for instance, sketched with David in assemblies and in more intimate settings, but they also used their sketchbooks on their own, say while listening to me read aloud, filling them up with ideas and drawings of all kinds.

    Monica Edinger: What is David Macaulay Up To?

  • My fourth graders, for instance, sketched with David in assemblies and in more intimate settings, but they also used their sketchbooks on their own, say while listening to me read aloud, filling them up with ideas and drawings of all kinds.

    Monica Edinger: What is David Macaulay Up To?

  • My fourth graders, for instance, sketched with David in assemblies and in more intimate settings, but they also used their sketchbooks on their own, say while listening to me read aloud, filling them up with ideas and drawings of all kinds.

    Monica Edinger: What is David Macaulay Up To?

  • The attachment of proteins, for example, might allow novel biological experiments aimed at modelling complex protein assemblies and examining the effects of spatial organization, whereas molecular electronic or plasmonic circuits might be created by attaching nanowires, carbon nanotubes or gold nanoparticles.

    Genetic Engineering's Next Challenge: The Smiley Face

  • The attachment of proteins, for example, might allow novel biological experiments aimed at modelling complex protein assemblies and examining the effects of spatial organization, whereas molecular electronic or plasmonic circuits might be created by attaching nanowires, carbon nanotubes or gold nanoparticles.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • And what they do in assemblies we can barely mathematically model as theory rather than fact.

    The Memory Hole

  • Thank God the idea of regional assemblies is now as dead as a dodo.

    Archive 2004-11-01

  • The occasion and cause of which rising was, in short, this: Sir _James Turner_ had been sent the year before into the south-west shires of Dumfries and Kirkcudbright, in order to suppress conventicles (so they called the assemblies of God's people for public worship and other religious exercises), levy the fines appointed by the parliament, and oblige the people to conform and submit to the bishops and curates by force of arms.

    Act, Declaration, & Testimony for the Whole of our Covenanted Reformation, as Attained to, and Established in Britain and Ireland; Particularly Betwixt the Years 1638 and 1649, Inclusive

  • Job reverts with peculiar pleasure to his former dignity in assemblies (Job 29: 7-10).

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • So "spake," thrice repeated (1Ki 4: 32, 33), refers not to written compositions, but to addresses spoken in assemblies convened for the purpose.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

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