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reapportion

verb allot again, apportion anew, deal out anew, dispense, distribute again, distribute anew, dole out, parcel, portion out, ration, reallocate, reallot, reappoint, rearrange, reassign, reclassify, redisperse, redistribute, redistrict, redivide, remeasure, repartition, split again
Associated concepts: reapportion a legislature
See also: redistribute
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It] may be suggested that those who redistrict and reapportion should work with census, not political, data and achieve population equality without regard for political impact.
Census data are used not only to reapportion seats in the House of Representatives but also to allocate funds for a variety of federal programs.
1379 (1990) (proposing a feasible computer program which can reapportion geographical districts and describing computer techniques that may solve policy problems).
We're not looking to reapportion any business, but want to look for new business," insisted Israel, allaying fears he will sink Silvercup, the Kaufman Astoria Studios and Chelsea Piers, most of which do not contain electronic facilities but merely "four walls.
7) A full consideration of race-based affirmative action will need to take into account measures to integrate African-Americans and other minorities into public schools as well as efforts to reapportion voting districts.
No action was taken in 1933 to reapportion legislative seats as required by the constitution.
Much evidence suggests that managers need to reapportion their time and devote greater attention to cross-functional relations.
The data are being used to reapportion the 103rd Congress, distribute some $120 billion in Federal assistance each year, and support countless business decisions.
Like most major upheavals, the transition threatens to reapportion power and leadership, and it forces many smaller players to take sides or risk being trampled.
The plaintiffs seek an order enjoining Texas from conducting further state Senate elections under Plan S172 and ask the court to require the Texas Legislature to reapportion state senatorial voting districts in conformity with the Fourteenth Amendment.
But there are better and fairer ways to reapportion districts, at all governmental levels.