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Two of those slots were apportioned to Europe and Turkey collectively, and two to Brazil, drawing the ire of some fans who pointed to Europe and Turkey’s larger audience and competitive scene as justification for more slots.
British health officials say that it’s the best way to apportion a limited number of doses and contain a deadly wave of contagion that has pushed the country into a series of extended lockdowns and has overwhelmed hospitals in the past month.
All of this makes apportioning blame and properly accounting for success pretty difficult.
A meeting of chiefs was held to apportion the work and divide the men into parties.
I noticed the manner in which thou didst apportion the pigeons, but said nothing; but the chicken, my dear sir!
But there are no fresh spoils to apportion, and the Over-Lord threatens to take the prize of one of his peers, even of Achilles.
Mrs. Dillingham seemed to know exactly how to apportion the constantly arriving and departing guests.
SEVENOAKSJ. G. HOLLAND
On sledging journeys it is usual to apportion all food-stuffs in as nearly even halves as possible.
I will apportion our chances fairly, and will drink two; you shall drink one.
Exclusive competence of a privileged lawgiver, to discern these essences, and to apportion names rightly.

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