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  • noun a new apportionment (especially a new apportionment of congressional seats in the United States on the basis of census results)

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Examples

  • The process of congressional redistricting, the drawing of legislative boundaries, and reapportionment, the reallotment of congressional seats, is mandated by both federal and state law and is a constitutionally mandated function of the legislature.

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  • Italian agriculture was devastated by pillaging and the large-scale reallotment of land.

    3. Civil War and Renewal, 70 B.C.E.-14 C.E

  • During this time Paul's attention was concentrated on bringing about a reallotment of American Electric territory in the Middle West, an arrangement that would add several busy cities to his district and make

    The Squirrel-Cage

  • Some Communes transfer particular lots from one family to another, as circumstances demand; whilst others make from time to time, during the intervals between the revisions, a complete redistribution and reallotment of the land.

    Russia

  • The population changes tallied by the census every 10 years dictate a reallotment of congressional seats.

    Phillies Zone

  • After community-based entities apply for grants from the allotment, by submitting an application at such time and in such manner as the Corporation requires, and receive approval, the remainder of such allotment shall be available for reallotment to such other States, territories, or Indian tribes with approved applications submitted under section

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  • After community-based entities apply for grants from the allotment, by submitting an application at such time and in such manner as the Corporation requires, and receive approval, the remainder of such allotment shall be available for reallotment to such other States, territories, or Indian tribes with approved applications submitted under section

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  • Not to brother printer p touch a nutbrown reallotment for an thermoplastic shiism and the pindolol of the dolt oppositive at the exarchate.

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  • CMH... as long as the reallotment of the case is done randomly, and neither the DA nor the public defender gets unlimited such challenges, then I don’t see the harm.

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