allocation

[ al-uh-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF allocation

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As respects this allocation, how would I modify that instrument?

Recollect, all the management—that is, the allocation—will be entrusted to you.

The first order problem is the allocation of scarce resources.

This case constitutes an abuse of the principle of allocation.

Recollect, all the management—that is, the allocation—will be intrusted to you.

These proportions have become to a large extent stereotyped in the allocation of such grants.

They have never been quite happy since the allocation; and I caught him yesterday pumping our broker in the back shop.

On the day which succeeded the allocation, the following entry appeared in the Glasgow share lists.

Allocation of resources within a system and strategies of co-evolution are seen as resources of incremental performance.

Fourth, to continue the priorities and allocation authority in the field of transportation.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Middle French allocacion, from Medieval Latin allocationem (nominative allocatio), noun of action from past participle stem of allocare (see allocate).

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