Meaning Allotment
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The number of securities assigned to each of the participants in an underwriting syndicate.
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In the agricultural industry, term used to refer to an area that is designated for use by a certain number of cows or sheep or for use by both types of animals.
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1570s, "action of allotting," from Middle French allotement, from Old French aloter (see allot). Or else a native formation from allot + -ment. Meaning "portion assigned to someone or s [..]
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portion of something marked for a specific purpose.
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The number and type of outdoor posters in a showing (see howing).
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(1) The process of setting bonds apart for the purpose of distribution to syndicate members. This term is often used interchangeably with “allocation.” (2) A syndicate member’s distribution of b [..]
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n. Portion.
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Entry of a designated frequency channel in an agreed plan, adopted by a component Conference, for use by one or more administrations for a (terrestrial or space) radiocommunication service in one or m [..]
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Definition The portion of a new securities issue which is assigned to each member of a syndicate, for underwriting and distribution.
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The allocation of an immigrant number to a consular office or to USCIS. This number may be used for visa issuance or adjustment of status as described in the Operation of the Immigrant Numerical Contr [..]
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Distribution of bonds to syndicate members by the book running manager.
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Issue (allotment) of new securities to an Investor and the recording of this issue on the register.
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Issue (allotment) of new securities to an Investor and the recording of this issue on the register.
Source: linkmarketservices.com.au

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(n) a share set aside for a specific purpose(n) the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan
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An allotment of a radio frequency or radio frequency channel is a designated frequency channel in an agreed plan for use by an administration to provide coverage over a defined area, called the allotm [..]
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See and use the term Allocation. In WW the term "allocation" is used.
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An action by administrative authority making funds available for obligations and expenditures for specified purposes and for certain periods.
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An authorization granted within and pursuant to an allocation for the purpose of incurring commitments, obligations, and expenditures in the accomplishment of an approved budget. Therefore, an allotme [..]
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 See Draw.  
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Distribution of bonds to syndicate members by the book running manager.
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The number of units required to achieve a desired GRP level in a market.
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The number of unilluminated and illuminated panels in a poster showing.
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The area designated for use by a prescribed number of livestock for a prescribed period of time. Though an entire Ranger District may be divided into allotments, all land will not be grazed, because o [..]
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The number of units required to achieve a desired GRP level in a market. Traditional poster panel showings consist of a quantity of displays that will vary by the size of the audience and the size of [..]
Source: saundersoutdoor.com

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The number of out-of-home units required to achieve a desired weekly GRP/TRP level for a specific audience within a market.
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The number of units required to achieve a desired GRP level in a market. Traditional poster panel showings consist of illuminated and non-illuminated displays that will vary by market size and population.
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The allocation of an immigrant number to a consular office or to USCIS. This number may be used for visa issuance or adjustment of status as described in the Operation of the Immigrant Numerical Contr [..]
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A share of the capacity of a means of transport assigned to a certain party, e.g. a carrier or an agent, for the purpose of the booking of cargo for a specific voyage.
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    Assignment of part of military pay directly to a person or bank.  
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assignment of a man's pay directly to a person, bank, or other agency. Paid by check, and used to assure payment, no matter where the man may be on payday; commonly used to provide for one's [..]
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assignment of part of military pay directly to a person or bank.
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A share of the capacity of a means of transport assigned to a certain party, e.g. a carrier or an agent, for the purpose of the booking of cargo for a specific voyage.
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n. 1. A collection of rented plots of land usually for the growing of fruit and vegetables.
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Assigned volume on board of a flight / day
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Method of distributing securities to investors if an issue has been oversubscribed
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A term used to describe blocked space by airlines on behalf of forwarders/shippers.
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The distribution of shares to applicants in a new issue.
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An agency's plan of estimated expenditures, revenues, cash disbursements, and cash receipts for each month of the biennium.
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A recurring specified deduction for a legal purpose from pay authorized by an employee to be paid to an allottee (USAID Automated Directives System - ADS - Chapter 478). The authority delegated by the [..]
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A block of land created out of a larger area.
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The smallest subdivision of land in a section of a town or village map.
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The allocation of new securities to an applicant for a new issue.
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The act of allotting; assignment. That which is allotted; a share, part, or portion granted or distributed; that which is assigned by lot, or by the act of God; anything set apart for a special us [..]
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A term used to describe blocked space by airlines on behalf of forwarders/shippers.
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Exclusive right to use Metis Settlement land for a period of no more than 10 years to operate a farm, ranch, or business.
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– a piece of land awarded by the Enclosure Commissioners, under the terms of an Act of Enclosure, in exchange for rights and holdings held in the open field system. It could be made up of several hun [..]
Source: berkshireenclosure.org.uk

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The number of securities assigned to each of the participants in an underwriting syndicate.
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