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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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Bob Dole has said that he hasn't read the platform.
Mainly as a result of these issues, the so called gender gap in American politics has become a yawning chasm: polls indicate that, while Clinton and Dole have generally run nearly even among white men, Clinton has consistently maintained a 25-point lead with women voters.
Owen says that Dole pressured him to raise money for Hayden, whom Owen has credited with destroying his own failed 1982 gubernatorial campaign by supporting Owen's opponent in the Republican primary.
Dole's lobbying was successful, but Owen and Kaplan have never been specific as to whether Dole asked them to raise money illegally or not.
Despite lobbying by Bob Dole, the White House had lesser plans for her.
Stockman and Baker grumbled, and Dole never made it into the inner circles of the Reagan White House.