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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.
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and Zografos, K.G., Airport Slot Alocation: From Instrument to Strategy, Journal of Air Transport Management, 12, 2006, pp.
O espaco destinado aos conteineres no navio e acordado pelas armadoras anualmente ou por safra, e o chamado alocation, que e maior na CMA CGM do que na MARFRET.
Italy, after mentioning the European Parliament's wide support for this humanitarian programme, pointed out that the 500 million alocation was written into the EU budget.
According to classical works, faster RTs reflects facilitation of visual processing mediated by atten-tion alocation, whereas slower RTs would be observed to stimuli presented in regions out of the attentional focus (Posner, 1980; Rizzolatti, Riggio, Dascola, & Umilta, 1987).
The optimal resource alocation by shifts shown in Table 1b gives the optimal value of added cost function [F.sup.*](1000) = 46529.57 ([euro]).
Verkriterialno odlocanje pri izbiri lokacije dejavnosti v geografskem informacijskem sistemu = Multi-criterial decision-making of the activity alocation in geographical information system.
Jennings was charged with obstructing or hindering Mark Craddock, a fire and rescue service officer, by ordering a pump to be delivered to alocation near the Canterbury Inn, As hchurch Road, Tewkesbury, on July 24.
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Wylam were indebted to an undefeated 30 not out from Shelagh Carter as they reached 70-5 off their reduced alocation of 16 overs.
General 60.5 4.2 60.5 4.1 66.3 3.9 alocation fund c.