What is assembly?

  • (noun): The act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery).
    Synonyms: fabrication
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on assembly:

Peterloo Massacre - Assembly - Meeting
... chapelry was given a time and a place to meet, from where its members were to proceed to assembly points in the larger towns or townships, and from there on to ... The assembly was intended by its organisers and participants to be a peaceful meeting Henry Hunt had exhorted everyone attending to come "armed with no other weapon but that of a self-approving ...
Oklahoma Territory - Government - Legislative Branch
... of a bicameral Territorial Legislative Assembly, to be composed of a thirteen member Territorial Council, the upper house of the Assembly, and twenty-six member Territorial House ... The Organic Act allowed the Assembly to increase its membership (up to eighteen in the Council and thirty-six in the House of Representative) if the number of ... The Assembly's legislative power extended to all rightful subjects of legislation, as long as the laws enacted were consistent with the Constitution of the United States ...
Politics Of Belarus - Speech, Assembly, Media, and Opposition Parties
... in Belarus Government restrictions on freedom of speech and the press, peaceful assembly, religions, and movement all increased in 2001 ... Freedom of assembly is restricted under former Soviet law, which is still valid ...
Java Native Interface - Advanced Uses - Access To Assembly Code
... JNI also allows direct access to assembly code, without even going through a C bridge ... Accessing Java applications from assembly is also possible in the same way ...

More definitions of "assembly":

  • (noun): A group of machine parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit.
  • (noun): A group of persons gathered together for a common purpose.
  • (noun): The social act of assembling.
    Example: "They demanded the right of assembly"
    Synonyms: assemblage, gathering

Famous quotes containing the word assembly:

    There is a sacred horror about everything grand. It is easy to admire mediocrity and hills; but whatever is too lofty, a genius as well as a mountain, an assembly as well as a masterpiece, seen too near, is appalling.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)

    There is a sacred horror about everything grand. It is easy to admire mediocrity and hills; but whatever is too lofty, a genius as well as a mountain, an assembly as well as a masterpiece, seen too near, is appalling.
    Victor Hugo (1802–1885)

    That man is to be pitied who cannot enjoy social intercourse without eating and drinking. The lowest orders, it is true, cannot imagine a cheerful assembly without the attractions of the table, and this reflection alone should induce all who aim at intellectual culture to endeavor to avoid placing the choicest phases of social life on such a basis.
    Mrs. H. O. Ward (1824–1899)