A further 274 teams currently are working on plans to launch their own assemblies.
As the assemblies multiply and spread, the disparity between communities has thrown up a series of issues.
The functions of these assemblies were judicial as well as legislative and deliberative.
There must be none of these dances and assemblies, and the cloisters must be re-established.
The first meetings of the assemblies were held in October 1909.
The words of the wise are as goads, and as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies.
But the Congress at New York and the town meetings and assemblies of the different colonies had done their work thoroughly.
They sat beside her in chapel and at other assemblies, and seemed to like to talk with her.
I trust the day will come when silence will more prevail in the assemblies of the people.
The King, who means so well, should be encouraged to repeat these assemblies.
c.1300, "a gathering of persons, a group gathered for some purpose," from Old French as(s)emblee "assembly, gathering; union, marriage," noun use of fem. past participle of assembler "to assemble" (see assemble). Meaning "gathering together" is recorded from early 15c.; that of "act of assembling parts or objects" is from 1914, as is assembly line. School sense is recorded from 1932.