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Allocate  v. t.  
To distribute or assign; to allot.
To localize. (R.)

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"Allocate" Quotes from Famous Books

... question, which committee reported against the office. No further step was taken at this time, the bishops being left as they were. At the next Assembly, however, held in April 1576, the committee's finding was adopted, and so far applied that all bishops who held their office 'at large' were required to allocate themselves to particular congregations. ...
— Andrew Melville - Famous Scots Series • William Morison

... play is The Woman Hater (1607). He is said to have died of the plague, and is buried in St. Saviour's Church, Southwark. The plays attributed to B. and F. number 52 and a masque, and much labour has been bestowed by critics in endeavouring to allocate their individual shares. It is now generally agreed that others collaborated with them to some extent—Massinger, Rowley, Shirley, and even Shakespeare. Of those believed to be the joint work of B. and F. Philaster ...
— A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature • John W. Cousin

Words linked to "Allocate" :   assign, portion, reallocate, apportion, allocatable, ration out, ration, present, allocator

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