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allocate (something) to

To give or portion something to a person or organization. We allocate money to charitable donations every year. Oh, I already allocated that project to Jane.
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allocate something to someone or something

 and allocate something between someone or something; allocate something among someone or something
to give or assign something to someone or something. (Between with two, among with three or more.) The committee allocated the surplus cheese to the elderly people in the community. David allocated the money among all the members. He allocated the work between Fred and George. We had to allocate the money between the philanthropy and social committees.
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Following are the Bretton Woods II's 25 most responsible asset allocators, listed alphabetically:
Appear TV's multiscreen encoders and transcoders (for OTT) are fully integrated, high channel density hardware-based systems capable of simultaneously preparing multiple profiles, which are now managed by the new Resource Allocator. Together these solutions can efficiently and automatically convert signals from any input source within the XC5000 Series Video processing platform to multiple profile resolutions and bandwidths for distribution to mobile or fixed platforms in managed or unmanaged networks.
In one treatment, which we labeled the meritocratic treatment, the allocators were told that they would receive an initial money endowment the amount of which depended on their individual performance in the production stage.
Assistant allocator Denise Williams, 52, from Aberdare * She wears: Phase Eight skirt, pounds 84, vest top, pounds 17.50, wrap top, pounds 17.50, and shoes, pounds 99 She says: "I loved this skirt the minute I saw it but it's not something I'd normally buy, mainly because of the price.
As a result, some allocators have taken liberties--everything from quoting CNN on drug regimens to making liberal use of herbal and other nontraditional medicine to reduce the size of allocations.
A register allocator must make a number of decisions and must address these issues:
The philosophy is for the system to fully handle all routine tasks, allowing the allocator sufficient time in critical situations to take decisions prepared by the system.
They argue that relatively even allocations are consistent with expected utility maximization because the allocator is merely responding to a rational fear of rejection.
Municipal owners and operators may also participate in an expedited settlement process with liability based upon their "ability to pay" their allocated "fairshare." In determining a municipalities "ability to pay" its "fairshare," the allocator must consider whether such payment would either "create a substantial demonstrable risk that the municipality would default on existing debt obligations, be forced into bankruptcy, be forced to dissolve, or be forced to make budgetary cutbacks that would substantially reduce current levels of protection of public health and safety ....
For example, Mikula (1980) pointed out that a serious shortcoming of allocation studies is the reliance on a single dependent variable (the allocation decision), with little information being provided about the explicit or implied process underlying the allocator's decision.
He brings deep general management experience as a 30+ year industry leader, both as an investment manager and allocator. Most recently, he was the Head of Portfolio Management at PAAMCO, one of the largest alternative allocators and emerging manager investors.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) ESG made its top 10 strategy preference debut as allocator interest grows.
Prior to moving to the UAE, Sanders occupied the position of an asset allocator and fund manager at Procter & Gamble's Global Pension business.
We argue that in the structurally comparable dictator Game [5] discussionalso leads to more "other-regarding." Behaviour inducing the allocator to pass some positive amount of money on to the recipient.
Summary: When nothing looks cheap, multi-asset investors need to write new pages into the asset allocator's textbook.