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allocate

[′a·lō‚kāt]
(computer science)
To place a portion of a computer memory or a peripheral unit under control of a computer program, through the action of an operator, program instruction, or executive program.
(industrial engineering)
To assign a portion of a resource to an activity.

allocate

To reserve a resource such as memory or storage. See memory allocation.
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Section 4 sets forth obtained results, describing the development of the world economic system in the interval 1963-2013 and specific cases of stability.
Socialism, another economic system of the world, emerged as a reaction to capitalism, when class conflict became a danger for the peace of the world.
Moreover, Mao was of the view that centralized economic system would curb the injudicious distribution of economic resources.
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"No wonder that the adoption of the Islamic economic system constitutes a key factor for economic growth, creation of jobs and new initiatives in cooperation among local, Islamic and international institutions.
Economic systems are operated by people and should be based on principles of freedom and dignity, he said.
The poll found that 65% of Americans thought the economic system "unfairly favors powerful interests."
Far from attempting to dismantle capitalism, which must be continually fostered and developed to remain robust and sustainable, those who understand the imperative to maintain the economic viability of the middle class also perceive the threat to that viability posed by the drift toward plutocracy inherent in an economic system free of responsible control.
It is well known that the prerequisite for stability analysis of economic system is to construct the reasonable economic model.
The BFMA's Chairman Hanadi Al-Asmi said the conference will be held in the Kingdom of Bahrain for the fourth time and this year will be titled (The New Economic System in the next phase and Means of Adaptation), pointing out holding such significant economic conferences in Bahrain assist in bolstering economic relations between the Kingdom of Bahrain and various countries, as well as exchanging experiences and emphasizing the importance of Bahrain as an important financial center in the Gulf region.
Capitalism as a global economic system may have worked in the 1900s, but to continue with it now is "calamitous," Mander writes.
Setting the entire discussion within the context of the globalization of production, he offers chapters on the politics-economics nexus in international relations, the historical evolution of the international economic system, North-South dialogue, frameworks for national economic development from Keynes to monetarism, the Bretton Woods monetary order, the role of OPEC in the international economic system, the debt crisis, foreign direct investment and transnational corporations in the global economy, development in Africa, and strategic planning,