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the act of distributing or the condition of being distributed

the passing out or spreading about of something

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50 and its components including distributional, procedural and communicative justice with the means of 17.
We also show that even a modest increase in needs-based energy assistance would more than offset the distributional impact of price reform for most low-income households.
In this study, we will examine four alternative allowance allocation and revenue recycling scenarios (defined in Table 1) relating to the distributional impacts of CARB Case 1.
A relatively narrow focus on efficiency and growth, at least in many advanced countries, may have worked in the early decades after WWII, when distributional patterns were benign and instability rare.
Distributional range extension of the species is briefly discussed.
Therefore, a three-level system for evaluation of distribution channels is worked out, with an evaluation which integrates a complex criterion of automobile distributional channels on the top level.
In a briefing on the emergency Budget, Institute for Fiscal Studies director Robert Chote emphasised: 'Perhaps the most important omission in any distributional analysis of this sort is the impact of the looming cuts to public services, which are likely to hit poorer households significantly harder than richer households.
a) On application by a judgment creditor of a member of a limited liability company or of a member's transferee, a court having jurisdiction may charge the distributional interest of the judgment debtor to satisfy the judgment.
for ten years and fined him Dh50,000 after the jury convicted him of possessing hashish for distributional purposes.
Herein, this study provides a significant distributional record for A.
In particular, diverse hypotheses relevant to distributional ecology and biogeography can be tested: conservatism of ecological niche characteristics (Peterson et al.
Instead, as Kletzer explains, international trade's effect on jobs is more a distributional issue than a numbers issue.
Thus, it is reasonable to examine changes in distributional patterns in Illinois' reptile and amphibian populations.
This study explores the importance of imposing a correct distributional hypothesis in a risk management strategy, by comparing hedge ratios under the restrictive normality assumption to those under the generalized stable distribution.
One is the distinction between distributional coalitions, which are seen as leading to outcomes inimical to economic growth, and encompassing coalitions, which are seen as potentially aiding economic growth in a society.
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