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serving to distribute or allot or disperse

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individuals face in making distributively just decisions).
The Restatement defines "interest" as "varying aggregates of rights, privileges, powers and immunities and distributively [means] any one of them.
for example a more distributively just or virtuous society.
Wood-fiber composite products: The primary functions of the TSE in this application are to remove water and distributively mix the natural fibers into a polymer carrier.
and argue that any fix to such distributively unfair terms that goes
The way of determining the overall quality of both inherent marks of the strategic plans uses the Distributively Delegative Awarding Points method, based on the principle of the Delphi Method, and consisting in determining the vote strength of individual evaluators.
the notion that one can design a friction-free and distributively just scheme of allocating burdens and entitlements.
the Free Exercise Clause, the Free Speech Clause, a ply distributively to each member of the class.
The plural form of the attribute results from the circumstance that in the case of natural coordination the coordinating construction usually provides a collective reading, and accidental coordination is often interpreted distributively.
Beside this reference to a specific set of items, the enclitic also functions to distributively single out each item expressed by the numeral:
Men, conversely, may feel more at ease negotiating distributively (i.
That result could be seen as distributively unjust.
The plurals tadvidam and sadhunam should be understood collectively in connection with acara, but distributively in connection with atmatusti.
In Sharkey (1949) 79 CLR 121, 153, Dixon J considered that the change of word made 'no real alteration in the meaning of the phrase', perhaps instead pointing 'to the necessity of considering separately and distributively the elements that go to make up the welfare of the people.