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pro rata

adjective, adverb In proportion, partial.
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Functions of the state government are classified as either essential or nonessential, and proration applies to nonessential functions first.
The proration provision was established in the Budget and Financial Control Act (Fletcher Act) in 1932 in order to prevent the frequent deficits that the state had been experiencing.
Second, much of Alabama's frequent proration in education trust fund can be attributed to a centralized and unbalanced revenue system.