Thesaurus / apportionment

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The same superiority was accorded to Newport in the apportionment of state officers, five of whom were required to live there.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
Drake paused in his apportionment, and a sleigh came swiftly round the turn, the horse loping and lathery.
But, as there was no census, therefore there could be no just apportionment until an enumeration of the people was taken.
In my great work on The Prude all will be attended to with due discrimination in apportionment of censure.
What do you think of the wisdom of the compromise as to apportionment?
I knew there would be no trouble in collecting this city's apportionment.
There should be no mistake made as to the apportionment of blame.
But it was difficult to reach a conclusion as to the apportionment of representatives in the House.
Neither does blindness, any more than death, admit of degree or apportionment.
To obviate this difficulty the Senate adopted a new principle of apportionment.

WORDS RELATED TO APPORTIONMENT

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