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Synonyms for assignment

Synonyms for assignment

the act of distributing or the condition of being distributed

the act of attributing

a piece of work that has been assigned

a making over of legal ownership or title

Synonyms for assignment

the instrument by which a claim or right or interest or property is transferred from one person to another

the act of distributing something to designated places or persons

(law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance

an undertaking that you have been assigned to do (as by an instructor)

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Kocher (1990) opines that assignment writing improves students' interest in study, improves writing habit of learners, make learners habitual to work independently and help tutors to understand learning difficulties of learners.
Limitations in experience and knowledge may not require refusal of the assignment but rather an agreement--regarding supervision or a modification of the assignment to ensure patient safety.
A student of a private institute studying business administration in Muscat, who agreed to speak on the condition of anonymity, admitted that it was careless of him to get his assignment done by someone else.
22 of 2004 (the "Civil Code"), some contracts may include a clause stipulating that "assignments are not permitted" or that "any assignment is subject to the consent of all the parties to the agreement".
Another important responsibility of the assignments team is to apply Air Force assignment priorities to each assignment decision.
Research regarding the effects of choosing assignment sequence has been done mainly with children and adults with special needs (e.
This assignment is worth 5% of the total course grade.
The study indicated that the rate of growth in executive assignment volume into and out of China is showing no signs of slowing down, and Arcario says "businesses in China are working through a period of significant change.
It is a full-time, 28-month program involving a series of high-level rotational assignments, executive workshops, graduate-level educational experiences, and special tasks designed to expand participants' managerial and leadership abilities.
No management priority was given in the primary career field assignment prioritization plans to ensure that FAOs were available or assignable.
Students using Classroom can access assignments, read assignments, read faculty comments attached to the assignment, or attach students' own resources to the assignment.
Anderson, who with his wife, Maggie, recently returned from an assignment in western Zambia, one of Africa's poorest countries, found the transition from the corporate world to volunteer work liberating.
It reasoned that the contingent fee agreement was not an anticipatory assignment of the plaintiff's income, because the litigation recovery was not already earned, vested or even relatively certain to be paid when the contingent fee contract was made.
Each student can sit at the table and open an individualized folder, with the assignment for the day included in the folder.