Definitions

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  • adj. capable of being allocated.

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  • adj. capable of being distributed

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Examples

  • That ` s still less than one hour a week allocatable to each parolee.

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  • May 22, 2006, 5: 25 pm long term care insurance ratings says: long term care insurance ratings allocatable bombproof reassured. rhymes: featherbed

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  • Application grid applies the same concept to application servers and describes an architecture in which multiple application server instances work together to provide a shared, dynamically allocatable pool of resources to a set of applications.

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  • Formerly called the investment fund account (RDI), the SLA is an allocatable loan fund derived from the government's overseas loans to be on-lent to state firms and local government administrations.

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  • 2 If the donor elects to treat a gift as being made over five years, and the donor dies before the end of the five year period, the portion of the gift allocatable to the period after the donor's death will be included in the donor's estate.

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