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Synonyms for divvy up

give out as one's portion or share

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But with the spotlight of both the CAB and ARA in the North shining on him, it's only a matter of time before he is forced to divvy up.
Yoshioka, who can earn more through performance-related incentives, was among the 107 players named in the distribution draft which was held last fall to divvy up players affected by the Orix BlueWave-Kintetsu Buffaloes merger.
A more sensible approach is to divvy up the catch with tradable fishing rights, which promote conservation by tying it to the crabbers' self-interest.
Winners won't be hurting for kibble money: the top 5 teams in each stage divvy up $6,250, and the top 15 overall winners share an additional $50,000.
Fair enough People everywhere divvy up food and make other deals based on social concepts of fairness, not individual self-interest, a cross-cultural project found (161: 104).
His immediate family and a small gang of "business people" divvy up the nation's oil wealth among themselves.
The point of analyzing your data lifecycle continuum is to divvy up investments strategically.
More problems arrived last month in the shape of shareholder Paul Scott, who is organising a campaign to force TEAMtalk to divvy up some of its `excess' cash reserve - before it is spent.
Or he could sell a 30% stake in Mediaset to Murdoch and divvy up the remaining 18% between his kids.
The European Union (EU) will soon start talks with the United States, Japan and South Korea on how to divvy up the cost of constructing two nuclear reactors in North Korea under the Korean Energy Development Organization (KEDO), the French Foreign Ministry said Monday.
He starts by imagining 100 people landing on a new planet and trying to figure out the best way to divvy up the work and allocate the rewards.
They are newcomers to a high-stakes dispute over how to divvy up the water that supports the state's $30 billion farm economy, supplies its cities, and generates $500 million of electricity a year.
How much can you afford to spend on a vacation and how would you like to divvy up that amount?
Rather, The Nation's political community sees itself picketing outside the room where the decisions are being made, sticking up for the rights of the "permanent minority," whose interests always manage to get screwed when those fellas (and occasionally women) inside divvy up the goodies.