allotment[ uh-lot-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF allotment
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Or I could make them over to a limited company, and join the board after allotment.
There are now allotment associations in many parts of the country.
The shares fell mighty low in the allotment, Davy; how was that?
Having his own allotment of land, he was in a much larger sense a human being.
The allotment of Rabirius Faustus is the only one known entirely.
But is the allotment correct and the reward proportioned by his efforts?
The goal is not any kind of division of income or allotment of property.
Her master was white but he had married into de Nation and so she got a freedmen's allotment too.
On the allotment of provinces, Sicily fell to him, with power to cross into Africa if he pleased.
No allotment, or any part thereof, shall be under-let or exchanged.
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