To designate or set apart something for some purpose. (verb)
To appoint or select someone for some office. (verb)
To allot or give something as a task. (verb)
To attribute or sort something into categories. (verb)
(law) To transfer property, a legal right, etc., from one person to another. (verb)
An assignee. (noun)
Examples of word assign
The assign is a ultimate in a legal conflict in between New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg as well as fume shops upon a Poospatuck Indian Reservation over a sale of millions of dollars in untaxed cigarettes.
But we had been all over which sanatorium any day for years during a time, as good as for dual years had been a Physician in assign of a Emergency Room, myself.
In the absence of a candidate for a designer (and even Behe admits that design requires a designer) then the only probability I can be assign is zero.
Therefore, when a minister utters a word, the ruler should according to the word assign him a task to accomplish, and according to the result of the accomplishment call the task3 to account.
The universal nature (e.g. war always evil, bad) you assign is certainly not how 1940s Britain and France wouldâ€™ve perceived war â€¦ there are wars fought for principles greater than the, admittedly, great principal of â€œpreservation of lifeâ€ â€¦ as a European, I think youâ€™d understand this distinction.