The word assembly is a noun. Assembly means (1) the act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery), (2) the social act of assembling, (3) a group of machine parts that fit together to form a self-contained unit, (4) a public facility to meet for open discussion, (5) a group of persons gathered together for a common purpose.
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The IUCN, located in Geneva, is a multicultural, multilingual organization with staff in 40 countries. Its mission is to influence, encourage and assist societies to preserve the natural world and achieve sustainability. The IUCN monitors endangered species, conducts and supports research, disseminates knowledge through its bookstore, and is an official observer at the UN General Assembly.
This is the website for the United Nations, located in New York City. The UN was begun in 1945 with the goal of maintaining world peace and to provide a forum for countries to work together on global problems. There are 192 member nations in the General Assembly, and 5 permanent members of the Security Council of which the U.S. is one, plus 10 non-permanent members with one year terms.
The following articles provide recent assembly-related news.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The North Carolina General Assembly is returning to Raleigh two weeks after meeting briefly to elect chamber leaders for the next two years. ...
Washington Times. Wednesday, 27 Jan 2021 04:17:01 -0500.
Robots are widely used to build cars, paint airplanes and sew clothing in factories, but the assembly of microscopic components, such as those for biomedical applications, has not yet been automated. Lasers could be the solution. ...
Science Daily. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021 13:19:44 EST.
Among those under consideration for grants of clemency are the former New York Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver and the rapper Lil Wayne.
Maggie Haberman, Kenneth P. Vogel and Dana Rubinstein. New York Times. Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021 01:23:05 +0000.
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