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allocation

The designed or intended distribution of a thing, typically used in the context of patient assignment to a particular arm in a clinical trial.

allocation

Vox populi The distribution of a thing. See Nonrandomized allocation, Resource allocation.

allocation

(al″ŏ-kā′-shŏn)
The assignment or distribution of assets or duties.

allocation

the technique of forming groups in a population for the purpose of carrying out comparisons between them. The objective is to create comparable groups and to avoid bias. Techniques used include random allocation, self-selection or clinical judgment.
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Petroleum and Natural Resource Division against its allocation of Rs 5490.
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Thus, the taxpayer can choose to elect out of the automatic allocation rules when the transfer is made to the GRAT or at any time up to and including the year in which the ETIP expires.
Some companies may want to inject the right incentives, but they are required to use an allocation system that does not quickly reflect recent loss experience.
Examination of resource allocation in the health-care industry is complicated because the market characteristics differ from those in a perfectly competitive market.
Once you are comfortable with the asset allocation plan for your portfolio, the plan must be implemented.
861-8(e)(12)(ii) would presume) and that the tax and social policies underlying section 170 of the Code merit the allocation of such contributions solely to U.
To what extent and in what way does this principle, known as the doctrine of necessity, excuse the deaths that result from a particular choice concerning the allocation of limited life-saving biomedical resources and funds?
Accordingly, the IRS's allocation relating to the spread theory fails to meet the arm's-length standard mandated by Kegs.
CalSTRS was the first to do it and, once they increased their real estate allocation, it made it easier for everyone else to follow.

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