They would then allot obligations, which producers could trade.
When a recipe says it will take an hour to prepare, I allot two.
Make Domaine de Fontenille your base and allot time to both stick around and explore Provence.
Federal legislation that would allot funds to speed up the conversion to paper is crawling through Congress.
Any of Compt's 35 customers can allot budgets for each employee in a given benefits category — say, family wellness.
Li's business model is simple: brands allot a certain amount of stock for Li to sell on his stream, and he takes a cut for his services.
Matthew Wright received many tweets, Matin Brunt also – and with this in mind Brunt approached Ms Leyland to allot her just this - attention.
He fought for more money for the war on poverty, including legislation to allot funds for the development of Appalachia and other distressed areas.
As it became customary to allot certain sections of towns to specific trades and to different nationalities, the cities became even more congested.
The decision comes just 48 hours before the biggest voting day of the primary, Super Tuesday, when 15 states and territories will allot about one-third of the delegates over all.
The system will allot points for the seriousness of the allegations, corroborating evidence, prior or pending litigation, statutes of limitation, and claims of emotional distress and harm.
Without consumer-facing elements bogging its health play down, Microsoft can likely allot more resources to honing on business-facing services and building out its portfolio of healthcare clients.
On the eve of the consular elections for 59 bce, the Senate sought to allot to the two future consuls for 59 bce, as their proconsular provinces, the unprofitable supervision of forests and cattle trails in Italy.
In fact, the greenshoe option was designed as a stop-loss option for underwriters, who over-allot shares of up to 15% in the new issue (go short) in order to “stabilise the market” in the immediate aftermath of an IPO.
Pick one to two problems every day that are important for you to dig into strategically and allot real-time to them by cutting off your access to email, texts, and social media notifications that seduce all of us out of the zone."
Verizon’s Play More Unlimited and Do More Unlimited, both $80, each allot 15 GB of LTE tethering; the former includes 25 GB of unthrottled data and 720p streaming video on phones, while the latter offers 50 GB of wide-open data but only 480p video.
Herodotus, known as the first historian, saw Homer, along with the poet Hesiod, as having invented Greek mythology, calling them the first to “give the gods their epithets, to allot them their several offices and occupations, and describe their forms.”
Serious inaccuracies would not only affect numbers used to reapportion and redraw political districts, but also would skew the baseline that will be used to allot trillions of dollars in federal grants and other aid to the states until the next census in 2030.
Your published research is already being processed with automated tools, and text mining will become more common; Robert Leaman, Chih-Hsuan Wei, Alexis Allot and Zhiyong Lu describe how you can help these tools process your work more accurately, including a web tool, PubReCheck.
Nowadays we undoubtedly ought to break up the great Indian reservations, disregard the tribal governments, allot the land in severalty (with, however, only a limited power of alienation), and treat the Indians as we do other citizens, with certain exceptions, for their sakes as well as ours.
- give out
- allow to have
- administer or bestow, as in small portions
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