Assemblies [noun]

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Police in riot gear—and others camouflaged in plain clothes—made nearly 300 arrests, citing the majority for “unlawful assembly.”

They have to pay employees to fill out the forms, but they could have someone doing that for $15 an hour, so it’s probably just a mass assembly line.

Over time, Shih argues, outsourcing has cannibalized not only the assembly line jobs we associate with the factory floor, but the whole chain of intellectual effort that makes those jobs possible.

Every aspect of project management, systems engineering, risk management, and logistics of the machine assembly must perform together with the precision of a Swiss watch.

The economy is changing at a rate of speed that looks like something that I’m sure people who didn’t have electrification, and they got electricity, and then we had assembly lines, felt.

What course was taken to supply that assembly when any noble family became extinct?

Opening of the national assembly of France, after the abdication of Louis Philippe.

Struck with surprise, the dead silence of profound awe, for an instant stilled the whole assembly.

"We yield obedience to the act granting duties," declared the Massachusetts Assembly.

Fresh Commissioners came from the Assembly, and it was only their fortunate recall to Paris that saved the general from arrest.