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dole

verb admeasure, allocate, allot, allow, appropriate, assign, award, bestow, contribute, deal, deliver, dispense, distribute, divide, furnish, give, give away, give out, grant, hand out, hand over, issue, measure out, mete, mete out, parcel out, pay out, portion, present, ration, share, spare, supply
See also: allot, allotment, apportionment, bestow, disperse, disseminate, distribute, distribution, divide, fund, gift, gratuity, interest, largess, loan, present, prorate, ration, share, split

dole

in the criminal law of Scotland, in a general sense, the evil intent required for conviction of a crime and more especially in relation to particular crimes, the mental element required. Statutory offences can, and often do, obviate the need for it.
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CHICAGO -- Fitch Ratings has removed Dole Food Company, Inc.
I couldn't think of anything else,'' Dole told reporters.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) statement do not impact any Dole products other than DOLE Spinach, Baby Spinach and Spring Mix with Best-If-Used-By dates from August 17 through October 1, 2006.
The polls are closing,'' Dole insisted at stop after stop.
Dole spokesman Marty Ordman declined to comment on the lawsuit, saying the company is ``working with the authorities'' to determine the cause of the outbreak.
Dole and Inouye were both severely wounded in combat only days apart and met while recovering from their injuries.
Dole opposes abortion except in cases of rape, incest, and extreme risk to the life of the mother.
While Dole has sought to portray himself as a relative moderate on abortion rights, he is actually an uncompromising opponent of freedom of choice for women.
Reed pushes Dole to cut taxes, something that Dole, a deficit hawk, clearly doesn't want to do.
Despite eventual primary successes that, at press time, seemed to have Dole well on the way to nomination, Dole's early strategy was flawed - and in ways that may come back to haunt him.
Dole markets a growing line of packaged and frozen fruit and is a produce industry leader in nutrition education and research.
Bill Clinton posed as the president while Bob Dole invented a fictional "Bob Dole" as his real self explained to reporters, after embarking on his first post-senatorial campaign swing, that "We're trying to get good pictures.