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apportion out among

To distribute portions of something. We only have so much food to apportion out among the guests that are here today.
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apportion something out (among some people)

to divide something and distribute it among people. He apportioned the cake out among the guests. He apportioned out the applications among all those in the waiting room.
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Both the trial court and the 11th Circuit determined that, notwithstanding whether the bank and the plaintiff were in contractual privity, the ability of the jury to apportion fault would turn on the existence of a duty owed by the bank to the plaintiff.
Although a qualifying small taxpayer may use the small business simplified overall method to apportion COGS and deductions between DPGR and non-DPGR at the entity level, (33) the default rule appears to remain that other passthrough entities may not make such allocations at the entity level.
Judges and juries may then review the facts surrounding the bankrupt companies' liability, list the bankrupt companies on the verdict slip, and then apportion blame to them.
Given its unlawful apportionment, the State Tax discriminates by definition: "A tax that unfairly apportions income from other States is a form of discrimination against interstate commerce.
The current method of apportioning seats in the House of Representatives of the United States violates the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States in that it does not apportion representatives among the several States in accordance with the whole number of persons in each state, nor as closely thereto as can easily be accomplished.
With these data, researchers were able to apportion how much energy was burned by exercise or base metabolism.
The chart's statistics enable one to apportion the GDP loss between present discrimination against African-Americans (failure to fully use their existing education) and the legacy of past discrimination (failure to improve their education).
A model that can equitably apportion total cost of closure will be of immense value in prompt settlement of Superfund cases.
South Africa managed to apportion 5,443 MW of capacity, primarily in the form of wind and solar power projects via the first 4 auctions under the REIPPPP.
In his initial statement announcing the inquiry last week, Prime Minister Gordon Brown told MPs its role would be to establish what lessons could be learned from the conflict and not to apportion blame.
I'VE heard these words so many times from Roger Whittaker at Huddersfield Coroners' Court: "I'm not here to apportion blame.
Depending on the content of the report which will apportion responsibility and what responsibilities it will apportion.
Allowing a co-op to apportion the small ethanol producer credit on a pro-rata basis among its patrons.
A taxpayer generally must allocate and apportion these deductions using the section 861 method.
You didn't buy equal or up, in fact you bought down, and as a result the $10,000 buy-down is taxable--yes, the entire $10,000 is taxable and you do not apportion any of the original cost of the duplex to this gain.