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allotter

[ə′läd·ər]
(communications)
A telephone term referring to a distributor, associated with the finder control group relay assembly, which allots an idle line-finder in preparation for an additional call.
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5 per cent are living in the same community to keep regular touch with the trade and their allotters.
ISLAMABAD, October 27, 2009 (Balochistan Times): The plots of sector I-14 have not been allotted to their allotters for 19 years due to negligence of Capital Development Authority (CDA), applicants have said.
Boaz remote from these three silent Ruths Or, more so, the Fates, stark daughters of Night, Allotters whose dark word destines the child, Who spin cut hay or wheat in auric weave, Birth-spirits, from the Second Empire born.