Verb (used with object), : to allot the available farmland among the settlers. ,to allot money for a park. From Dictionary.com.
I pay plenty in taxes and yet I still hear about homeless children in NYC, so I'd gladly reallot the money to pay to help people who really need it. From Wordnik.com. [purple fingers, blue toes] Reference
Section 304 (c) would direct the Secretary, if he determines that any amount of a State's allotment for any fiscal year will not be needed by the State, to reallot that amount to other States that need additional funds, in whatever manner the Secretary determines is appropriate. From Wordnik.com. [Analysis Of Goals 2000 Educate America Act] Reference
If the Secretary determines that any amount of a State's allotment for any fiscal year under subsection (b) will not be needed for such fiscal year by the State, the Secretary shall reallot such amount to other States that need additional funds, in such manner as the Secretary determines is appropriate. From Wordnik.com. [Goals 2000 Educate America Act] Reference
"That makes it impossible for us to go back to our members to reallot them under these circumstances.". From Wordnik.com. [Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph] Reference
'(B) REALLOTMENT - If a State Commission does not apply for an allotment under this subsection for any fiscal year, or if the State Commission's application is not approved, the Corporation shall reallot the amount of the State Commission's allotment to the remaining State Commissions in accordance with subparagraph (A). From Wordnik.com. [Latest Articles] Reference
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