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allocation

[‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
The amount of oil or gas distributed from a well per unit time.
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National Security Division has an allocation of Rs 100.
628 billion for various development projects of Higher Education Commission out of total allocation of Rs35.
Part 5 Fejer county and the M8 motorway, allocation Au 6,369,000
This recalculated deduction was also an erroneous item that should have been allocated equally unless the taxpayer could prove a different allocation is appropriate.
The allocation plan realizes the Governor's plan to create a vibrant, 24-hour community first laid out in April of 2003 and updated every six months, and reflects the priorities of Mayor Bloomberg's 2002 Vision for Lower Manhattan creating a downtown for the 21st century.
Thus, a partnership's allocation of a foreign tax expenditure that does not meet the safe harbor rule, may--in unusual circumstances, such as where there is substantial certainty that U.
Two basic points are 1) economics is about resource allocation, and 2) efficiency in resource use (getting the most from available resources) in health care can be understood by identifying production functions representing health-care services.
Haddadin examine the issues of water availability and allocation from the Palestinian, Israeli and Jordanian viewpoints respectively.
Asset allocation involves assessing your level of risk tolerance, investment objectives, age, cash flow, income expectations and tax bracket in order to help you define an appropriate portfolio of investments.
On January 23, the Internal Revenue Service requested comments on the paperwork burdens associated with the proposed section 861 regulations, relating to the allocation and apportionment of charitable contributions.

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