Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of divvy.

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Examples

  • He recalled divvying up Government departments with his Associate Finance Ministers Richard Prebble and David Caygill ..

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  • He recalled divvying up Government departments with his Associate Finance Ministers Richard Prebble and David Caygill ..

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  • He recalled divvying up Government departments with his Associate Finance Ministers Richard Prebble and David Caygill ..

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  • He recalled divvying up Government departments with his Associate Finance Ministers Richard Prebble and David Caygill ..

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  • He recalled divvying up Government departments with his Associate Finance Ministers Richard Prebble and David Caygill ..

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  • So I guess they're kind of divvying up the big name endorsements.

    CNN Transcript Feb 9, 2008

  • The boss had a monopoly, and Pietro was told that it was maintained by his "divvying" with some railroad official.

    The Battle with the Slum

  • Meanwhile, BP PLC,Halliburton Corp., Transocean Ltd. and federal prosecutors will meet in a federal courtroom in New Orleans in February to begin the lengthy process of divvying up blame for the 2010 accident that killed 11 and unleashed the worst offshore oil spill in U.S. history.

    Oil and Gas Bubble Up All Over

  • Their job is an unusual one: divvying up billions of Medicare dollars.

    Physician Panel Prescribes the Fees Paid by Medicare

  • Ghonim was formerly the anonymous administrator of a Facebook page called "We are all Khaled Said," named after a 28-year-old man who was fatally beaten by police after he posted video online showing police divvying up seized contraband.

    In the Middle East, this is not a Facebook revolution

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