apportion


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to set aside or distribute as a share

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distribute according to a plan or set apart for a special purpose

give out as one's portion or share

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Lloyds Bank may have to apportion a significant amount of funds for settling PPI claims.
Considering that the purpose of the economic loss rule is to prevent a tort duty from intruding on the bargained-for allocation of loss, permitting Nadeau to apportion fault to Camus/DEK and Webster Bank makes sense.
In addition, property owners that incur fees greater than $50,000 will have the option to apportion amounts exceeding $50,000 for a period of 10 years, Mr.
The BBC should realise that the way PRS apportions this blanket payment for works played on Radio Cymru (approx pounds 0.
The committee will also monitor the separate investigation undertaken to apportion political responsibility.
The Minister pointed out that Bulgaria had a quota approved by the EU, and a maximum subsidy of BGN 116 M that it could apportion among tobacco growers.
104(b) directs the Secretary to apportion the authorized sums for the following highway-related programs using formulas based on "total lane miles".
Foreign Secretary David Miliband conceded yesterday that the Iraq war inquiry would be able to apportion blame for what happened when it draws up its final report.
FOREIGN Secretary David Miliband conceded today that the Iraq war inquiry would be able to apportion blame for what happened when it draws up its final report.
Having already made the decision to apportion full-motion-video combat air patrols to MNF-I, the CFACC should pass tactical control during the scheduled windows as well.
Unless all of your business activity is in Nevada--and it probably isn't unless you're a Nevada resident operating a business in Nevada--you'll need to apportion your business income among the states where you operate.
On a divided floor landlords apportion common area hallways, bathrooms, electrical closets, slop sinks, fan rooms, etc.
18) Additionally, many taxpayers are required to apply the rules of the section 861 regulations to allocate and apportion deductions to gross income attributable to DPGR.
Senior Leader Development provides us with a unique opportunity to fully leverage and better apportion the inherent talents, experiences, and leadership skills of a combined force of senior leaders," said Gen.
Tyrone boss Mickey Harte declined to apportion direct blame after the game - but his comments implied that Dublin were the chief instigators.