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divvy up

To divide and dole out portions of something. All right, let's divvy up the cash and then go our separate ways. Who wants to divvy up the pizza?
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divvy up

v.
To divide something into parts or portions for distribution: The thieves went back to the cabin to divvy up the loot. My grandparents gave me $100, and I divvied it up among my brothers, sisters, and me.
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divvy

(ˈdɪvi)
n. a share of something. (see also divvy something up.) How much is my divvy?

divvy something up

tv. to divide something up. They divvied up the fish and drove back to the city.
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Of principal concern to Kew was that the space not be divvied up and subleased to a slew of other wholesalers, a common practice encouraged by the high premium subtenants will pay over direct rents for slivers of warehouse space totaling just a few hundred square feet.
This future had been in doubt because of the realization that what is gained by dividing up the computation is partly offset by the time it takes for processors to talk to one another and to perform "serial" tasks that simply can't be divvied up.
It really feels great to know that you make kids feel special," she said, as she divvied up her chicks.
Harmon is currently handling the sales of The Gershwin for the Resnicks, 30 Park Avenue and 85 East End for the Rudins, as well as a commercial space at 340 West Street owned by Eugene Grant that could be divvied up and redeveloped for residential use.
The balance of the judgment is divvied largely between the bank's legal tees of $10,000 and outstanding interest of $5,230.
Prior to 2002, the governor and Legislature divvied up the transportation funds to the cities and counties.
The reality is that unless you hold one of the top slots on the brokerage team, by the time the commission splits are divvied up, the rewards are often much slimmer than anticipated--or needed to sustain you--for the six months, one year or longer that you devoted to the deal.
Ownership of a Sherwood office project was divvied up in a $900,000 deal.
So we divvied (the children) up between the Jaycee families, hosting them six months to a year or more till the families could afford to keep them again.
1 percent is divvied up among Little Rock Mayor Jim Dailey and his wife, Patti; Kathleen Dailey Hightower and her husband, Ray; and Stephanie Dailey Kelley and her husband, Hank.
The funds have yet to be divvied up, let alone handed out, but she already had plenty of ways to spend whatever windfall the 35-year-old clinic receives.
A half-acre piece of ground in downtown Little Rock was divvied up in two deals totaling $757,000 ($36 per SF).
He added, in one of his trademark non sequiturs, ``The proceeds from tonight's show will be divvied up among huge corporations.
1 percent was divvied up among Little Rock Mayor Jim Dailey and his wife, Patti; Kathleen Dailey Hightower and her husband, Ray; and Stephanie Dailey Kelley and her husband, Hank.
The civil penalty is the largest ever for a case of ``gun-jumping,'' in which Gemstar and TV Guide allegedly fixed prices, divvied up customers and violated waiting periods before they merged in July 2000.