- v give out
- v allow to have
- v administer or bestow, as in small portions
- But if we drop the SAT, by what means should we allot membership in the nation's lite? Of course, plenty of people make movies and play in the major leagues and run companies and .
- What riles them is an item buried in the Bush Administration's proposed budget that would allot $125 million in fiscal year 2003 to begin designing a fleet of nuclear powered .
- Workers entrust their savings to trustees, who hire professional managers, who allot their assets among professional-inves tment firms, so that the investment firms can in turn .
- Praful Patel in Economic Times
The problem is how do we allot new airports to different states or develop infrastructure, without acquiring land...... If entrepreneurs can get the land with the support of the (local) people, this would help solve the problem,Mr Patel said...
- Rafael Correa in BusinessWeek
We'll decide whether or not to pay these obligations based on fiscal necessities because our commitment is going to be to pay salaries on time, allot resources to education and health,Correa said during a press conference in the port city of...
- Erik Solheim in NEWS.com.au
Mr Solheim said: "I encourage the parties to allot themselves some time to reflect on the situation and not to draw hasty conclusions or take actions that could increase suffering of the civilians in Sri Lanka."