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While he said the Port Authority had no right to anything more than was detailed in the original lease agreement with Silverstein, it appeared that the developer was more than willing to bend on divvying up the site.
A spokesperson for Waitrose said: "Scots are the greatest believers in equality when it comes to divvying out the Christmas bird.
As reported in these pages last year (see our Insider Report item "UN's Law of the Sea Caper," in our February 24, 2003 issue), a group of cartographers at the University of New Brunswick "is redrawing the world's oceans under new rules set by the United Nations, divvying up trillions of dollars worth of natural resources in huge chunks of the sea floor.
Now under scrutiny, a city initiative aimed at helping minority- and women-owned construction contractors continues to thrive at divvying up public contracts more equitably'.
Divvying up gains more equitably--the upper 10th earn 41.
One of the largest troughs in town is the House Transportation Committee, charged with divvying up as much as $175 billion for roads, bridges and rail systems in every state for the next six years.
NEW YORK--WestPoint Stevens Home Fashions said last week that it is moving its West Coast sales manager to the East Coast and divvying up responsibility for California between its Midwest and Pacific Northwest executives.
Divvying up each congressional district in this manner only enhances the rather bland, "just-the-facts-ma'am" rap Politics in America uses in describing the people who inhabit Congress.
By the time he gets done divvying up his prize money, Geoff Keenan of Bartow, Florida, will have a lot of people toasting his success (and theirs) by raising a glass of Mountain Dew Baja Blast(R) to celebrate his being named "El Presidente of Taco Bell.
PHILADELPHIA -- Women and men sometimes do things differently, right down to divvying up their genetic legacies.
The 63rd annual Golden Globes went country and Western on Monday, with ``Brokeback Mountain'' and ``Walk the Line'' divvying up the bulk of the top movie prizes.
A group of ocean mappers at the University of New Brunswick is redrawing the world's oceans under new rules set by the United Nations, divvying up trillions of dollars worth of natural resources in huge chunks of the sea floor," according to a January 29th CBC report.
Pros: Much nicely observed shtick, such as Chris' parsimonious parents divvying up family foodstuffs, and Chris' mother's loving yet intimidating threats: ``I'll put my foot so far up your behind you'll have toes for teeth.
Another hypothesis has the sensory system divvying up space in the brain according to a genetic plan, "like a blueprint for a house," says David Rapaport of the University of California, San Diego, who has studied eye development.
The fact is that with the demise of Andersen, the remaining international firms are divvying up the Fortune 500 clients left in the lurch.