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The process of putting fragments of DNA that have been sequenced into their correct chromosomal positions. The pieces of DNA are assembled to reconstitute the sequence of the chromosome from which they came.
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1 Assembly [countable] a group of people who have been elected to meet together regularly and make decisions or laws for a particular region or country State/legislative/federal/local assemblies Power [..]
Source: oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com

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c. 1300, "a gathering of persons, a group gathered for some purpose," from Old French as(s)emblee "assembly, gathering; union, marriage," noun use of fem. past participle of assemb [..]
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Single units mulled together.
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A group of subassemblies and/or parts that are put together and constitute a major subdivision for the final product. An assembly may be an end item or a component of a higher-level assembly.
Source: inboundlogistics.com

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group, gathering, or collection.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A functional unit designed and managed as an entity. Examples include electronic boxes, mechanical assemblies, and software components. Level 5 of the system hierarchy. [D03985]
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An alternative to Chapel.
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a group of machine parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit fabrication: the act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery) forum: a public facility to meet for open discussion a [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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In logistics, an item forming a portion of an equipment that can be provisioned and replaced as an entity and which normally incorporates replaceable parts or groups of parts. [JP1]
Source: atis.org

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a general term referring to any hose coupled with end fittings of any style attached to one or both ends.
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 – Arranging all the shots in accordance with the order of the script. This is the first step of editing.
Source: nyfa.edu

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the first stage of editing, in which all the shots are arranged in script order.  
Source: filmsite.org

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An assembly is a meeting for the group representatives (GRs) to conduct Al-Anon business. On election years, the GRs elect a delegate, an alternate delegate, and assembly officers. They also meet to receive and discuss WSO and area reports. AWSC
Source: al-anon-idaho.org

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All of the files that comprise an application, including the resource, security management, versioning, sharing and deployment information. An assembly may appear as a single DLL or EXE file, or as mu [..]
Source: webopedia.com

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asife
Source: yiddishdictionaryonline.com

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Any collection of mutually operating parts housed together to form a single unit which may be a subassembly or a principle assembly.
Source: saami.org

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A military bugle call, in the category of formation calls, played to signal troops to assemble at a designated location.
Source: dictionary.onmusic.org

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pl: -blies 1 a : a company of persons collected together in one place usually for some common purpose b cap : a legislative body esp. that makes up the lower house of a legislature see also general .. [..]
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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The House of the California Legislature, consisting of 80 Members, elected for two-year terms, from districts apportioned on the basis of population.
Source: leginfo.ca.gov

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a product formulated from multiple materials (e.g., concrete) or a product made up of subcomponents (e.g., a workstation)
Source: usgbc.org

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The process of erecting an exhibit from its components. Also called Installation, Set Up. At-site
Source: exhibitoronline.com

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A step in semiconductor manufacturing in which the chip (die) is either encased in a plastic, ceramic or other package or assembled directly on a printed circuit board.
Source: semiconductors.org

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The process of erecting an exhibit from its components. Also called Installation, Set Up.
Source: exsa.co.za

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A unit of fitted parts that make up a mechanism or machine, such as the headstock assemble of a lathe.
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The lower chamber of most state legislatures.
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This term is can be used as an abbreviation for legislative assembly, the representative body which voters in each province elect as their provincial parliament.  More generally, it can refer to an elected  body which forms part of the legislature, or to any group which claims to represent a political community.
Source: democracy.arts.ubc.ca

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an event that people meet together for a purpose.
Source: brt.uoregon.edu

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(n) a group of machine parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit(n) the act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery)(n) a public facility to meet for open discussion(n) a gr [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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Assembly refers to all of the files that comprise an application, including the resource, security management, versioning, sharing and deployment information. An assembly may appear as a single DLL or [..]
Source: labautopedia.org

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All of the files that comprise a .NET application, including the resource, security management, versioning, sharing, deployment information, and the actual MSIL code executed by the CLR. An assembly may appear as a single DLL or EXE file, or as multiple files, and is roughly the equivalent of a COM module. See assembly manifest, private assembly, s [..]
Source: developer.com

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When two or more parts have to be put together in some way.
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Joining parts
Source: jossi-orthopedics.ch

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Hierarchy of components and subcomponents showing relationship within a design, as shown in the Structure tree. In manufacturing, a unit fitted together from manufactured parts.
Source: help.spaceclaim.com

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See Northern Ireland Assembly.
Source: education.niassembly.gov.uk

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The first stage of the offline editing process. Selected shots are ordered into scenes. The scenes are arranged in the order indicated by the script, or in the case of documentary, by a treatment.
Source: film.vic.gov.au

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The version of the film that is first assembled to show the whole film.
Source: creativeskillset.org

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The first stage of editing, in which all the shots are arranged in script order.
Source: futurelearn.com

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The assembly of the Quaternary Protein Structure of multimeric Proteins (Multiprotein Complexes) from their composite Protein Subunits.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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The assembly of Viral Structural Proteins and nucleic acid (Viral DNA or Viral RNA) to form a Virus Particle.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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Assembly is usually the final stage in a manufacturing process. In industrial production, modules and subassemblies are put together according to a plan to produce finished products or assemblies. The [..]
Source: glossar.item24.com

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The sixth of seven steps in the HIV life cycle. During assembly, new HIV RNA and HIV proteins made by the host CD4 cell move to the surface of the cell and assemble into immature (noninfectious) HIV.  See Related Term(s): Life Cycle Image(s): (Click to enlarge)
Source: aidsinfo.nih.gov

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The stage of production in which components are put together into an end product appropriate to the process concerned.
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see virus structure.
Source: 140.112.183.1

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The compiling of overlapping gene sequence fragments into a single, continuous sequence.
Source: dddmag.com

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Putting sequenced fragments of DNA into their correct chromosomal positions.
Source: groups.molbiosci.northwestern.edu

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An assembly is a collection of electrical components that have been connected together on a PCB or other surface to perform a specific function utilising electrical energy.
Source: kingfield-electronics.co.uk

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A special type of inventory item that consists of other items (components).
Source: sosinventory.com

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A number of parts or sub-assemblies, or any combination thereof, joined together to perform a specific function. As in a Printed Wiring Board Assembly, which comprises the Printed Wiring Board [PWB] a [..]
Source: interfacebus.com

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A set of pieces that work together in unison as a mechanism or device. ''In order to change the bearing, you must first remove the gearbox assembly. The act of putting together a set of pieces, [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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(US) The lower legislative body of each of a number of states of the United States, ("the Assembly").
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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the name often used in schools for the collective act of worship, required by the 1988 Education 'Reform' Act to be 'mainly Christian'.
Source: educationengland.org.uk

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