Italian agriculture was devastated by pillaging and the large-scale reallotment of land. From Wordnik.com. [3. Civil War and Renewal, 70 B.C.E.-14 C.E] Reference
The process of congressional redistricting, the drawing of legislative boundaries, and reapportionment, the reallotment of congressional seats, is mandated by both federal and state law and is a constitutionally mandated function of the legislature. From Wordnik.com. [Kabuki or Kumbaya?] Reference
The population changes tallied by the census every 10 years dictate a reallotment of congressional seats. From Wordnik.com. [Phillies Zone] Reference
Not to brother printer p touch a nutbrown reallotment for an thermoplastic shiism and the pindolol of the dolt oppositive at the exarchate. From Wordnik.com. [Rational Review] Reference
During this time Paul's attention was concentrated on bringing about a reallotment of American Electric territory in the Middle West, an arrangement that would add several busy cities to his district and make. From Wordnik.com. [The Squirrel-Cage] Reference
Some Communes transfer particular lots from one family to another, as circumstances demand; whilst others make from time to time, during the intervals between the revisions, a complete redistribution and reallotment of the land. From Wordnik.com. [Russia] Reference
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