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ALLOW.

On drawings, abbr. for allowance.
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Maureen Kenton, with her 15-year-old Norwegian elkhound Josie, has been pushing for a law allowing the breeding of animals in residential neighborhoods.
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USC starter Brian Bannister only lasted one inning after allowing two runs, but freshman Anthony Encinas pitched solid five innings of relief, allowing one run and three hits while earning his fifth win of the season.
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Allowing the executor to pay some tax on the first estate to reduce taxes on the second can be a valuable planning tool.
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In order for the Birmingham High of Van Nuys baseball team to be the champion of its own tournament, it not only had to win Tuesday night but had to do so without allowing more than one run.