Definition of Apportionments

1. Noun. (plural of apportionment) ¹



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Definition of Apportionments

1. apportionment [n] - See also: apportionment

Lexicographical Neighbors of Apportionments

appointments
appointments and schedules
appointor
appointors
appoints
apport
apporter
apportion
apportionable
apportionateness
apportioned
apportioner
apportioners
apportioning
apportionment
apportionments
apportions
apports
apposable
appose
apposed
apposer
apposers
apposes
apposing
apposite
appositely
appositeness
appositenesses
apposites

Literary usage of Apportionments

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States, Historical and by Roger Foster (1896)
"Revision of Apportionments by the Courts. No attempt has been made by the courts to interfere with any congressional apportionment. ..."

2. Illinois, Historical and Statistical: Comprising the Essential Facts of Its by John Moses (1892)
"Under these last two apportionments made, the membership of the general ... In all future apportionments, where more than one county shall be thrown into a ..."

3. The Constitutional History of New York: From the Beginning of the Colonial by Charles Zebina Lincoln (1906)
"... and the evident necessity of formulating rules which would prevent a repetition of inequitable apportionments, and insure proportionate representation ..."

4. Proceedings by Institution of Municipal Engineers, London, Incorporated Association of Municipal and County Engineers, Association of Municipal and Sanitary Engineers and Surveyors (1882)
"Apportionments OP PRIVATE IMPROVEMENT WORKS. BK JAMES HALL, CE, BOROUGH SURVEYOR, STOCKTON. One of the most important clauses in the Public Health Act, ..."

5. Proceedings (1883)
"The PRESIDENT said the first subject for consideration was the resume of a discussion on Mr. James Hall's paper on Apportionments OP PRIVATE IMPROVEMENT ..."

6. The City School District: Statutory Provisions for Organization and Fiscal by Harry Erwin Bard (1909)
"The two most important are the state and county apportionments and the local ... State apportionments. Some of the states have established permanent school ..."

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