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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of allocate.

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Examples

  • Obama blocked a revote in Michigan and then "allocates" the delegates based on back room deals, even grabbing delegates pledged to her.

    Schneider: How did Clinton win big?

  • When a country 'allocates' funding (300M) for permanent bases, there is NO plan to exit that country.

    Bush STUPID stamped on Foreheads!"

  • In return for all these hardships, in return for Africans abandoning their birthright as citizens, pioneers and inhabitants of South Africa, the Government promises them "self-government" in the tiny 13 per cent. that their greed and miserliness "allocates" to us.

    VERWOERD'S GRIM PLOT

  • It "allocates" income to the non-productive members of the community.

    Public Opinion

  • This is a migrate-callback that "allocates" freepages by taking pages + * from the isolated freelists in the block we are migrating to. + */+static struct page * compaction_alloc (struct page * migratepage, + unsigned long data, + int ** result) + {+ struct compact_control * cc =

    KernelTrap

  • But the central government allocates resources both money and food grain to the states on the basis of the national poverty estimates taken from the national sample survey, which is based on the official poverty line.

    India's official poverty line doesn't measure up | Jayati Ghosh

  • There is English irritation about the financial deal that allocates more public spending per head to Scotland.

    Who most wants independence for Scotland? The English… | Andrew Rawnsley

  • Glencore then allocates the remainder of the $17.8 billion of debt, held by the holding company and carrying an average interest rate of 6.51%, to the mining division.

    The Curious Question of Glencore's Debt

  • Ms. Oey points out that the capitalization-weighted MSCI All Country World Index allocates about 42% of holdings to the U.S. and only 2% each to emerging economies like China and Brazil, whereas based on gross domestic product China is the second-largest global economy.

    Mix-and-Match Countries

  • He allocates 6% to SPDR Barclays Capital Short Term International Treasury Bond and 3% to iShares JPMorgan USD Emerging Markets Bond , which buys dollar-denominated bonds of emerging-market governments or agencies.

    Making Room for Midcaps

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