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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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11243, reapportioned the first legislative district of South Cotabato, which led to the creation of the legislative district of General Santos City.
Carr, that the Tennessee legislature had to be reapportioned. A series of cases followed which overthrew apportionments in other legislatures and in Congress.
The ability to amass and analyze data and combine different data sources increases the likelihood that legislative districts can be reapportioned in a way that will enhance the party in power.
"No treaty claim, even if entertained, would permit a court to order that the electoral college be enlarged or reapportioned. Treaties sometimes
The bill creates a temporary increase in the number of House members from 435 to 437 until the 2010 census when Congressional districts would be reapportioned back to 435 according to population.
Research showed a 2+2 isn't that useful every day, so space was reapportioned to allow stowing the top without eliminating luggage capacity.
If the subsidiary remains a group member, all group members must aggregate their bases in the subsidiary's stock; the combined total is then reapportioned to each block of stock in an equalizing adjustment.
The space in the department is being reapportioned, with accent rugs gaining even more shelf space, according to industry observers.
In retaining jurisdiction while deferring a hearing on the issuance of a final injunction in order to give the provisionally reapportioned legislature an opportunity to act effectively, the court below proceeded in a proper fashion.
After the 2000 Census, congressional districts were reapportioned (redistributed) according to the latest population figures.
John Dingell, a 48-year veteran, had the race of his career holding a reapportioned district by defeating fellow Democratic Rep.