- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dole.
“Sadly but predictably, this Pledge is nothing more than a promise to return to the failed policies that created the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression and threw millions of Americans out of work -- with most of the pain doled out to those at the bottom of the ladder.”
“• Sen. John McCain doled out more than $2 million from his 2-year-old PAC to GOP candidates and conservative causes in key primary and battleground states in the 2005-06 election cycle.”
“There's information in the book that's just kind of doled out slowly, where you go, 'Wait a minute, something's not quite right,'"Damon said.”
“The industry also doled out over $1.3 million in campaign contributions over the 2010 election cycle.”
“In 2009, the AT&T Foundation doled out over $60 million to nonprofits and other causes.”
“In 1948, Congress doled out $5 billion to Europe in the first installment of the Marshall Plan, the World Health Organization was born, a simian astronaut named Albert I was launched into the atmosphere (he died), and doctors in Framingham, Massachusetts, an American everytown that once was a seat of the abolitionist movement, began a pioneering study of cardiovascular disease.”
“This could likely be accomplished if the bulk of Super Bowl tickets were not doled out to corporate sponsors ... but that's just a hunch.”
“Their solution is not to adjust the slices of the economic pie, as if they had been doled out by careless cutting, but to expand the pie by providing greater opportunity for all.”
“Banks, which for years doled out debit cards to promote electronic payments that cost less than checks to process, strongly oppose the proposals.”
“While in Congress, Bond served as ranking member on a subcommittee that doled out transportation funds.”
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