Meaning Appropriation
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A parliamentary authorisation for the Crown or an Office of Parliament to incur expenses or capital expenditure.
Source: treasury.govt.nz

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An authorization granted by the constitution or the legislature to make expenditures or to incur obligations for a specific purpose. An appropriation is usually limited in amount and as to the time when it may be spent, normally calendar or fiscal year.
Source: finance.vermont.gov

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An authorization made by the City Council which permits officials to incur encumbrances or obligations against and to make expenditures of City controlled governmental dollar resources. Appropriations [..]
Source: cityofchesapeake.net

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Appropriation is the taking of private property for public use under the power of eminent domain. It is the power of the state to appropriate property for public use, upon payment of just compensation [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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An act of a legislative body that makes funds available for expenditures with specific limitations as to amount, purpose, and period.
Source: ite.org

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Authorization granted by a governing body to make specific expenditures and incur obligations for a specific purpose (such as paying salaries or utilities) that appears as a budget line item.
Source: centerforpubliceducation.org

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The approval by Parliament of spending from the National Revenue Fund, or by a provincial legislature from the Provincial Revenue Fund.
Source: sars.gov.za

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As a term in art history and criticism, it refers to the more or less direct taking over into a work of art of a real object or even an existing work of art. The practice can be tracked back to the Cu [..]
Source: askart.com

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Appropriation literally means ‘to make one’s own’. In contemporary art, it refers to the deliberate reworking of borrowed elements. An artist might for instance create a new artwork by recycling [..]
Source: kiasma.fi

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In relation to land, the taking of Crown land by a Crown authority for the purpose of a public work, not effective against land or an easement held by the Commonwealth of Australia.
Source: lpi.nsw.gov.au

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The amount of money that Parliament allots each year, out of public funds, for a particular purpose. An appropriation is given to the Department of Indian Affairs to fund its administration programs. [..]
Source: cbu.ca

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The provision of funds, through an annual appropriations act or a permanent law, for federal agencies to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes. The formal federal spending process c [..]
Source: senate.gov

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Provision of law that provides authority for Federal agencies to obligate funds and to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes. Appropriations for the Federal government are provided [..]
Source: thecapitol.net

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late 14c., "taking (something) as private property," from Late Latin appropriationem (nominative appropriatio) "a making one's own," noun of action from past participle stem o [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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In the visual arts, appropriation is the intentional borrowing, copying, and alteration of preexisting images and objects. Related: Andy Warhol. Campbell's Tomato Juice Box. 1964 Carrie Mae Weems [..]
Source: moma.org

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Sum of money from public funds set aside for a specific purpose.
Source: mmd.admin.state.mn.us

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money set aside or authorized for a specific purpose.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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Appropriation in art and art history refers to the practice of artists using pre-existing objects or images in their art with little transformation of the original
Source: tate.org.uk

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An allocation of funds to a project by the owner or sponsor in response to a Capital Appropriation Request (CAR) or a Request For Appropriation (RFA). In a structured organization, a commitment cannot [..]
Source: maxwideman.com

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The right to take water from a natural stream or aquifer for beneficial use at a specified rate of flow, either for immediate use or to store for later use. Usually confirmed by a water court decree. (See also Prior Appropriation, Riparian Rights and Water Right.)
Source: ose.state.nm.us

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Taking an image (often iconic) and manipulating it for a particular effect. A visual text may be represented in different contexts, or appropriated for different purposes or effects, especially in advertising.
Source: schoolatoz.nsw.edu.au

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Money for a specific use or purpose.
Source: learnnc.org

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Taking an object or text from one context and using it in another context. The process can allow new insights into the original text or object and emphasise contextual differences. Appropriation also [..]
Source: syllabus.bostes.nsw.edu.au

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  special attribute or excellence.
Source: shakespeare-online.com

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Definitions (2) 1. Funds set aside for a specific purpose.
Source: investorwords.com

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An act of Congress that enables Federal agencies to spend money for specific purposes.
Source: votesmart.org

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Apropiación
Source: wadsworth.com

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Passage by Congress of a spending bill specifying the amount of authorized funds that will be allocated for an agency's use.
Source: members.cruzio.com

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Funds allocated for various departments of government set aside by formal action for specific use. Allows money to be spent; is not actual expenditure record.
Source: ncsl.org

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A legislative allocation of money for a specific purpose.
Source: app.leg.wa.gov

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In governmental accounting, an expenditure authorized for a specified amount, purpose and time.
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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The amount of money set aside for a specific purpose and designated from a specific source, such as the General Fund or the Environmental License Plate Fund.
Source: leginfo.ca.gov

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The taking over of elements of imperial culture by postcolonial societies. See ambivalence, hybridity, mimicry.
Source: thebicyclingguitarist.net

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The conversion of the right of presentation to a rectory into possession of that rectory, usually by a religious house or collegiate church.    (Heath, Peter. Church and Realm, 1272-1461, 359)
Source: netserf.org

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An appropriation is a legislative act authorizing the expenditure of a designated amount of public funds for a specific purpose. It may also be used synonymously with annexation to refer to the unific [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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An authorization granted by a town meeting, city council or other legislative body to expend money and incur obligations for specific public purposes. An appropriation is usually limited in amount and as to the time period within which it may be expended.
Source: fhwa.dot.gov

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A sum of money allocated by Parliament for a specific purpose outlined in the government's spending estimates. See: business of supply
Source: parliament.gov.gy

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(n) money set aside (as by a legislature) for a specific purpose(n) incorporation by joining or uniting(n) a deliberate act of acquisition of something, often without the permission of the owner
Source: beedictionary.com

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money used to pay for government-approved (authorized) expenditures.
Source: americaswetlandresources.com

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Congressional action that makes funds available for obligation and expenditure with specific limitations as to amount, purpose, and duration.  In most cases, it permits money previously authorized to be obligated and payments made, but for the highway program operating under contract authority, the appropriation acts specifies amounts of funds tha [..]
Source: nhtsa.gov

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A federal allocation of authorized funding that permits federal agencies to obligate funds for specified purposes (see also authorization).
Source: its.uci.edu

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— An act of Congress that permits federal agencies to incur obligations and make payments for specific purposes.
Source: sacrt.com

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A part of an Appropriation Act providing a specified amount of funds to be used for designated purposes. Each appropriation has a finite period of time for incurring obligations.
Source: samm.dsca.mil

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A sum of money designated for a particular purpose by an act. For example: an appropriations bill funds a state agency over the upcoming biennium.
Source: oregonlaws.org

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An appropriation occurs when a charity transfers property to an individual or organization and the recipient of the transfer obtains an unwarranted benefit as a result of the transaction. Appropriations that are included in the calculation of the revocation tax are those that took place up to 120 days before the charity received a notice of intenti [..]
Source: cra-arc.gc.ca

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the use of parts of a culture by someone who does not identify as a person from that culture. Although appropriation has been responsible for the spread of new and better ideas and technology througho [..]
Source: zerothposition.com

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A legislative authorization for an agency to make expenditures for specific purposes from designated resources available or estimated to be available during a specified time period.
Source: ofm.wa.gov

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Something that has been set aside by formal actions for a specific use.
Source: njdigitalhighway.org

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Appropriation occurs when a person assumes the rights of the true owner.
Source: lawmentor.co.uk

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A form of budget authority provided by law that permits Federal agencies to incur obligations and to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes (JFMIP) (USAID Automated Directives System [..]
Source: developmentwork.net

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In art, the act of borrowing imagery or forms to create a new work of art.
Source: art21.org


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