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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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I think I looked like a scarecrow," said Dole "I couldn't walk.
Indeed, Dole is one of only a handful of politically prominent women who have done more than talk about running for the nation's top elective post--a group that includes former Senator Margaret Chase Smith, Republican of Maine, and former Representative Shirley Chisholm, Democrat of New York, who actually sought their party's nomination in 1964 and 1972, respectively.
Dole is generally popular among evangelical and Christian right voters.
In New Hampshire, for example, exit polls found that Bob Dole was supported by roughly 40% of the voters over 60 years old - but one-fourth of the group voted for Buchanan and 19% voted for Alexander.
The 1988 presidential campaign--in which Dole was soundly defeated by then--vice President George Bush--would end the relationship between Owen and the Doles, as well as Owen's polifical life.
Dole has shown a similar tendency to oppose requirements that the private sector pay decent wages to the working poor.
A 22-year-old former high-school athlete, Lieutenant Bob Dole was hit by German mortar fire on April 14, 1945, near Bologna, Italy.
Speaking on behalf of the President, Dole assured Hussein that the U.
Will Dole successfully counter the forces of ageism?
Dole treasurer Beth Potillo said an increased supply of bananas and continued soft demand from Eastern Europe and Russia led to generally lower prices across the continent.
Dole tried to persuade us that fellow Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger's splattorama, True Lies, was a "family-friendly" film, while Natural Born Killers and most rap music are the aforementioned "nightmares of depravity" glutting the nation.
She's progressive at the core'--a former aide to Elizabeth Dole, quoted in Fortune.