To distribute by good deal
- administer or bestow, as in tiny portions
- enable to own
- give fully out
- To circulate by great deal.
- To distribute, or parcel in components or portions; or even circulate to each person concerned; to assign as a share or good deal; to set apart together's share; to bestow on; to grant; to appoint; since, allow every guy be contented thereupon which Providence allots him.
To apportion, distribute; to divide home previously held in accordance those types of entitled, assigning to each his ratable part, becoming held in severalty; to create apart specific property, a share of an investment, etc., to a definite party. Glenn v. Glenn, 41 Ala. 5S2: Fort v. Allen, 110 N. C. 183, 14 S. E. 085. In law of corporations, to allot stocks, debentures, etc., is always to accurate all of them toward applicants or individuals with sent applications for all of them ; this really is typically done-by giving to each candidate a letter of allotment, informing him that a particular wide range of shares happen allotted to him. Nice.
late 15c., from Old French aloter (Modern French allotir) "to divide by lots, to divide into lots," from
(v. t.) To circulate by good deal.
- (v. t.) To circulate, or parcel out in components or portions; or even to distribute to each individual worried; to designate as a share or great deal; to set apart as one's share; to bestow on; to grant; to appoint; because, allow every man be contented thereupon which Providence allots him.
They were much missed, but fifteen years elapsed before Sir James Graham (then home secretary) decided to allot a few constables in plain clothes for that purpose as a tentative measure.