Allocations [noun]

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This latest allocation has been made possible by a deft use of capital markets—unprecedented in philanthropic history.

The survey showed that reserve managers have also increased their 10-year renminbi allocation targets to 5 percent, up almost 1 percentage point from last year.

The International Energy Agency said, upon this year’s release of its “Oil and Gas Industry in Energy Transitions” report, “there are few signs of the large-scale change in capital allocation needed to put the world on a more sustainable path.”

So their inventory pacing into the retailer and then the retailer is putting those limits or allocations on for the consumer.

On issues that the public doesn’t much care about — like spectrum allocation and small-cell deployment.

The Ministry of All the Talents failed to justify its title in the planning of expeditions and the allocation of commanders.

The allocation of a fortune-telling aspect to these cards is the story of a prolonged impertinence.

Even in respect of the cost of rails, due to wear and tear of train movement, we are quite at sea in the allocation of expenses.

On the day which succeeded the allocation, the following entry appeared in the Glasgow share-lists.

As employers pile responsibility upon your husband, more and more care must be used in the allocation of time to social affairs.