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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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In this example, the additional $50.00 bonus earned and apportioned for the overtime workweek now has to be included in the regular rate calculation to correctly pay the employee.
It is difficult to determine the source of Florida courts' requirement that a nonparty must be proved negligent in order to be apportioned fault on a verdict form.
This was because under the strict terms of the lease, a full quarter's rent fell due for payment on September 29 and not just an apportioned amount.
The second report, which is thought to have been submitted by Advocate for the Council Athos Kanaourides, is said not to have apportioned any criminal responsibility.
This delay wastes precious time--after all, the asset has already been apportioned to MNF-I and allocated to the MSC.
The group's Robert Hammond said: "On the date of price changes, take a meter reading and provide it to the energy supplier - then make sure the bill has been apportioned at the right price."
When the state revenue commissioner determines the total market value of all property held by a public utility in the state, apportions the value between counties, and sets a tax assessment ratio, a county can modify the assessment ratio but not the apportioned market value, according to the Supreme Court of Georgia.
The tax due is to be calculated as if the apportioned amount of the digital good, computer software or service had been delivered to each jurisdiction to which the sale is apportioned.
One-third of your income gets apportioned to the states where you operate based on payroll.
One of these proposed measures is a change in policy regarding the way that delegates are apportioned in the ANA House of Delegates.
Efforts already under way have resulted in a trend away from insurers facing joint and several liability and toward several liability, in which financial responsibility is apportioned according to the blame assigned to each party by judge or jury.
(Most mainstream readings of this extremely hard-to-follow decision say the Court meant Congress always had the power to levy an income tax, and that it was merely the question whether it should have to be apportioned that was at issue.)
The Institute's tax executive committee submitted recommendations on IRS-proposed revisions to section 987 of the Internal Revenue Code that require a taxpayer to recognize exchange gain or loss--upon receiving a remittance from a qualified business unit (QBU)--by apportioning its basis in the QBU to each remittance and then recognizing exchange gain or loss based on the difference between the value of the remittance and the basis apportioned to it (www.cpa2biz.com/ResourceCenters/Tax/International/987regs.htm).
or perhaps the intor." An international board--that is, a global Federal Reserve--would regulate the global supply of that currency, and monetary gains from its issue would be apportioned under a quota plan administered by the IMF.
However, no growth is forecast for the following two years as a greater volume of light vehicle production is apportioned to outside the U.S.