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a system of components assembled together for a particular purpose

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several things grouped together or considered as a whole

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Did I see in this public body an assemblage of men, bound together in the sacred names of Liberty and Freedom, and so asserting the chaste dignity of those twin goddesses, in all their discussions, as to exalt at once the Eternal Principles to which their names are given, and their own character and the character of their countrymen, in the admiring eyes of the whole world?
The greater portion of this assemblage were rather asserting their supremacy than doing anything else, as they had no particular business there, that anybody knew of.
Colonel Wugsby, and all the great people, and all the morning water-drinkers, met in grand assemblage.
Through all this motley assemblage, threading her way with the skill of an accomplished rider, there galloped Lucy Ferrier, her fair face flushed with the exercise and her long chestnut hair floating out behind her.
We used PROTEST residuals from assemblages and environmental ordinations to evaluate whether degree of similarity in assemblages between time periods was correlated with similarity in environmental conditions between time periods at regional and local scales (Peres-Neto and Jackson, 2001).
Presenting assemblages provided a unique opportunity for students to share with their classmates.
This project will use Al-rich clay assemblages in acid-altered rocks in Rio Tinto (Spain) as a proxy for the similar mineral assemblages on Mars.
103 LET'S TAKE A WALK IN THE WOODS AND THROUGH THE "TREES" IN BENTHIC ASSEMBLAGES ON SOFT SEDIMENTS
ECOLOGY OF FISH ASSEMBLAGES OF BRACKISH POOLS ON A NORTHERN GULF OF MEXICO BARRIER ISLAND.
Few well-excavated faunal assemblages span this period, and Morin takes advantage of the opportunities provided by such a collection of material.
We examined assemblages of caddisflies from 93 sites on streams during summers (May-September) of 2003 and 2004 to test whether a priori defined regions have discrete communities of caddisflies across the semi-arid landscape of the Lower Colorado River Basin, and to determine which species make the greatest contribution to assemblages in these discrete communities.
Assemblages are considered sculptures, instead of flat, two-dimensional paper works of art like collages.
Our results indicate that this fish assemblage is dominated by cartilaginous species (spotted ratfish [Hydrolagus colliei] and spiny dogfish [Squalus acanthias]) and therefore differs fundamentally from fish assemblages found in shallower estuaries in the northeast Pacific.
Sorgen has also completed significant property assemblages, including a high-profile assemblage on behalf of Hammerson Properties, U.
The book is divided into eight chapters, moving from descriptions of her philosophical approach in Chapter 1, 'The Force of Things', to descriptive encounters with more-than-human assemblages that question human sovereignty over the world, such as in Chapter 3, 'Edible Matter', to concluding chapters on the 'vitality and self-interest' of a new political ecology.