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apportioned

adjective administered, allocated, allotted, appropriated, assigned, carved up, dealt, distributed, divided, divvied up, doled out, parceled out, pro rata, rationed, split up
Associated concepts: apportioning assessment, apportionnng compensation, apportioning damages, apportioning liibility, apportioning taxes
See also: pro rata
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The idea of being made a fool of and of having thrown away that whole month of arduous melancholy service to Julie, and of seeing all the revenue from the Penza estates which he had already mentally apportioned and put to proper use fall into the hands of another, and especially into the hands of that idiot Anatole, pained Boris.
It is true that meat be apportioned me and mine," he said.
The work was entrusted to a body of about fifty scholars, who divided themselves into six groups, among which the various books of the Bible were apportioned.
The mailed gentlemen of William the Conqueror divided and apportioned England amongst themselves with the naked sword.
Almost in the cradle are we apportioned with heavy words and worths: "good" and "evil"--so calleth itself this dowry.
And we--we bear loyally what is apportioned unto us, on hard shoulders, over rugged mountains
She apportioned the sweetbreads, jellies, chickens; their quantity and order.
Her eyes sparkled as she felt the apportioned pull of the mouths of the beautiful, live things; and he, looking at her, sparkled with her in her delight.
All around farms were apportioned and allotted in proportion to the standing of each individual.
Officials said on Sunday that part of the money raised from the auction will be apportioned to benefit two charitable initiatives.
As per the report, 38 million would be apportioned for bilateral technical and financial cooperation.
But the proposal brought forward by the administration would establish different thresholds to determine how much and how long sewer connection fees can be apportioned.