assignment


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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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When we contacted this service provider, who is also an international student studying in the same college that we visited earlier, he immediately agreed to do an assignment after we gave cursory information for one.
These evaluations help to gauge future potential and serve as decision support for every assignment match.
A perspective that may be more illuminating than either the discrete task completion hypothesis or the matching law in predicting the effect of task order on assignment performance and preference is the notion of behavioral momentum.
I provide what, why, and how in my syllabus, in assignment sheets, and in class discussion.
In the survey, 91 percent of the SES-ers indicated that rotational assignments were a very important or the most important component of the program, and 94 percent of all graduates indicated that rotational assignments were very important.
The first officers selected this year will begin training in 2006, and with IAS developmental assignments after training will eventually become the regional experts that the Air Force needs to conduct its global operations.
To create a context of contemporary change in the classroom, a written assignment was structured to mimic a characteristic of complexity theory.
Comments like these on the Web-searching e-mail assignment were typical:
Y thus contends that application of the anticipatory assignment principle would be inconsistent with the purpose of statutory fee-shifting provisions; see Venegas, 495 US 82 (1990) (observing that statutory fees enable "plaintiffs to employ reasonably competent lawyers without cost to themselves if they prevail").
Assignments can be organized around a theme, such as Beethoven, baroque music, opera or jazz.
Occasionally, then, give an assignment designed to demonstrate that you think an employee has what it takes to outperform himself.
They have a particular assignment on flow to them and a different gap on flow away.
The assignment was for students to read the book and then meet in small groups to discuss it in late August.
Calabasas-based On Assignment said it expects first-quarter revenues of $42 million, with earnings per share in the range of 11 cents to 12 cents.