Some articles on assign:
... Speed calling service allows telephone subscribers to assign one or two digit speed calling codes, by dialing a change speed calling list access code, a feature code ... Speed Calling 8 allows subscribers to assign a telephone number to each of the digits 2 through 9 ... To program the numbers, dial *74, followed by the digit 2 through 9 to assign the number to, followed by the full telephone number as you would normally dial it ...
... Hex OCTAL - Make type-in/typeout in octal ASSIGN - Assign device to user DEASSIGN - De assign device from user RESOURCE - List available resources MAP - List users and locations PERFORM - List MDOS/MIDAS ...
... Digital Research provide means to implicitly assign substitute drives, called floating drives in DRI terminology, by using the CD/CHDIR command in the ...
... of word patterns and comparing results to other documents in order to assign to subject categories ... of statements and may therefore fail to assign some relevant terms or assign incorrectly ...
... Haeckel does not explicitly assign this genus to the Monera ... bacteria first described in 1835 Haeckel does not explicitly assign this genus to the Monera kingdom ... Spirochaeta — thin spiral-shaped bacteria first described in 1835 Haeckel does not explicitly assign this genus to the Monera ...
More definitions of "assign":
- (verb): Attribute or give.
- (verb): Give an assignment to (a person) to a post, or assign a task to (a person).
Synonyms: delegate, designate, depute
- (verb): Make undue claims to having.
- (verb): Decide as to where something belongs in a scheme.
- (verb): Transfer one's right to.
Famous quotes containing the word assign:
“Who would dare assign to art the sterile function of imitating nature?”
—Charles Baudelaire (18211867)
“And the friend not hesitates
To assign just place and mates;
Answers not in word or letter,
Yet is understood the better;
Is to his friend a looking-glass,
Reflects his figure that doth pass.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Universal empire is the prerogative of a writer. His concerns are with all mankind, and though he cannot command their obedience, he can assign them their duty. The Republic of Letters is more ancient than monarchy, and of far higher character in the world than the vassal court of Britain.”
—Thomas Paine (17371809)