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  • noun A distribution made in advance


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pre- +‎ distribution


  • The total allowable transaction for each checking, debit-card and automated clearinghouse transaction remains the lesser of $10,000 or 90% of the Sept. 15 predistribution account balance, Reserve Management said.

    Fund Plans Second Set of Payouts

  • And no more than 90% of the predistribution balance of each account may be distributed, either through the liquidation process or service transactions in aggregate, it said.

    Fund Plans Second Set of Payouts

  • According to Rawls, while income redistribution creates dependency, property predistribution empowers.

    Capitalism 3.0~ Chapter 7

  • Under property predistribution, by contrast, the playing field is leveled by spreading property ownership before income is generated.

    Capitalism 3.0~ Chapter 7

  • And to actually post on topic, I think that the predistribution clearly states a specific agenda: in fact, it seems that they distributed the early releases to those who would tout the film: that aspect they can probably argue as a marketing strategy, and thus NOT giving pre-show copies to Clinton et. al. they can argue as not being in their marketing interests.

    Think Progress » ABC Refuses to Provide Copies of Path to 9/11 to Clinton, Albright, Berger

  • So why don’t we, as Monopoly does, pay everyone some regular income — not through redistribution of income, but through predistribution of common property?

    Capitalism 3.0~ Chapter 7

  • The late John Rawls, one of America’s leading philosophers, distinguished between predistribution of property and redistribution of income.

    Capitalism 3.0~ Chapter 7


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