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share

To apportion a thing.

SHARE

Abbreviation for:
Scottish Health Authorities Revenue Equalisation
References in classic literature ?
Quite apart from my own share in the matter, it makes me positively sick to see a fellow like you mixed up with such a crew in such a game.
I will give you four thousand pounds for a quarter share," Da Souza said.
The fact that I was buying upon information would send the shares up at once.
I want you to buy five hundred shares from each of them.
Its share of the wealth of the country consists of clothes and household furniture, with here and there, in very rare cases, an unencumbered home.
They are powerful in all the great railways of New York, north, east, and west, except one, where their share is only a few millions.
And as for having a share in it, you bet we'll all have a share in it.
I brought it over to England, and on the night of Morstan's arrival he came straight over here to claim his share.
My fault lies in the fact that we concealed not only the body, but also the treasure, and that I have clung to Morstan's share as well as to my own.
The doctor, however, had much the larger share of learning, and was by many reputed to have the better understanding.
Three years ago we took Gell into the concern; we gave him a share in the oil-mill.
To show how good a thing the senior partner thought it Macalister told Philip that he had bought five hundred shares for both his sisters: he never put them into anything that wasn't as safe as the Bank of England.