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assign (something) to

To designate someone as responsible for doing something, or as responsible for having done something. Oh, I already assigned that project to Nicole. Since I was driving when we got into the accident, they assigned the blame to me.
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assign someone or something to someone or something

to designate someone or something as belonging to someone or something else. They assigned the new car to Roger. They assigned the new worker to the mail room.
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assign something to someone

to attribute something to someone; to blame something on someone. We were forced to assign the blame to Robert. They assigned the responsibility for the accident to the driver of the car.
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Consider assigning CITs to the CITs support areas of the camp.
In assigning this value, the court assumed all purchasers (i.e., the two families) would view the swing vote attribute equally (i.e., that they would each derive the same relative value from ownership of the transferred stock).
Most nursing homes and long-term care facilities employ the rotation model in assigning duties to aides.
Thus, the first conventional step taken by teachers is that of assigning a work to be read by a particular date.
The present investigation is an extension of the conceptual framework for assigning a MESF value for a suspension in terms of a reference solution.
Faced with both demands and expectations, many organizations decide that assigning older or long-term physicians to mentor younger hires will turn even the most recalcitrant veteran into a mentor.
If a bank holds a first lien and junior lien on a one-to-four family residential property and no other party holds an intervening lien, the transaction is treated as a single loan secured by a first lien for the purposes of both determining the loan-to-value ratio and assigning a risk weight to the transaction.
The flexibility of the nonfinancial performance index approach used here, especially in assigning scales and in calculating the final index, is an attractive feature for management accountants seeking to measure their businesses' operations.
A network provides the option of completely decentralizing the monitoring process while assigning a network administrator (or another knowledgeable individual) for the "back-up" and "purge" functions.
In the following, we will describe the procedure for assigning a MESF value to a microbead with immobilized fluorophores.