apportionment

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
bölüştürme
bölme
taksim
pay
{i} paylaştırma
(Askeri) PAYLAŞTIRMA: Belirli bir süre için çeşitli hava harekatlarına ve/veya coğrafik bölgelere tahsis edilmesi gerekli olan oran ve/veya öncelik tarafından toplam beklenen çabanın belirlenmesi ve tahsis edilmesi
{i} bölüp dağıtma, bölüştürme
(Ticaret) tevzi
(Ticaret) tahsis
distribution; apportionment
dağılımı; bölüştürme
guidance, apportionment, and targeting board
(Askeri) rehberlik, paylaştırma ve hedefleme kurulu
joint guidance, apportionment, and targeting
(Askeri) müşterek rehberlik, paylaştırma ve hedefleme
temporary apportionment
(Ticaret) geçici paylaştırma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of apportioning or the state of being apportioned
The allocation of direct taxation according to the population of the various states
The distribution of members of the House of Representatives according to the population of the various states
State aid given to a school district or county office of education Apportionments are calculated three times for each school year: (1) the First Principal Apportionment (P-1) is calculated in February of the school year corresponding to the P-1 ADA (see Attendance Reports); (2) the Second Principal Apportionment (P-2) is calculated in June corresponding to the P-2 ADA; and, (3) the annual recalculation of the apportionment is made in February following the school year and is based on P-2 ADA (except for programs where the annual count of ADA is used)
the act of distributing by allotting or apportioning; distribution according to a plan; "the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state"
Synonymous with the term Reliability Apportionment, which is the assignment of reliability goals from system to subsystem in such a way that the whole system will have the required reliability
Also known as adjustment The division of responsibility for certain costs between the parties to a transaction, such as realty taxes In Ontario, the purchaser is responsible for such charges from and including the day of closing; in many U S jurisdictions, the vendor is responsible for the day of closing and all days prior to it
  The allocation of legislative seats among the legislative districts according to district population
A federal budgetary term that refers to a statutorily prescribed division or assignment of funds It is based on prescribed formulas in the law and consists of dividing authorized obligation authority for a specific program among transit systems
The method of dividing a loss among insurers in the same proportions as their participation when two of more companies cover the same loss (G)
Registration based on a proportional payment of registration fees, whether determined by a quotient of miles traveled, revenue received, average presence, or any other similar method
Allocation of legislative seats by law The 435 seats in the House of Representatives are apportioned to states based on population
A distribution made by the Office of Management and Budget of amounts available for obligation Apportionments divide amounts available for obligation by specific time periods (usually quarters), activities, projects, objects, or a combination thereof The apportionment process is intended to achieve the most effective and economical use of amounts made available for obligation Federal agency obligations may not be incurred in excess of the amount of budget authority apportioned
The division and distribution of something into proportionate parts; to each according to their share For example, if a court ordered apportionment of a contract, the party would be required to perform only to a extent equal to the performance of the other side
The assignment of reliability (or maintainability) subgoals to subsystems and elements within a system which will result in meeting the overall reliability (or maintainability) goal for the system if each of these subgoals is attained
to distribute or divide and assign proportionately
Apportionment deals with the issue of dividing items of value among a group of people who desire them Apportionment may include division of discrete objects, as in the division of seats of a representative government among districts, or may involve division of continuous objects such as dividing a cake among a group of people In addition, topics such as estate division combine division of both discrete and continuous objects Apportionment represents an aspect of both fair division as well as an aspect of election theory
Division of the State into districts from which representatives are elected
Also known as adjustment The division of responsibility for certain costs between the parties to a transaction, such as realty taxes In many U S jurisdictions, the vendor is responsible for the day of closing and all days prior to it
The division of property expenses and income between the buyer and the seller, at the time of sale Expenses may include taxes and insurance premiums; income may include rents The buyer only assumes the portions of expenses and incomes that apply after closing day
  -  The number of representatives that a state is entitled to in the U S House of Representatives based on the decennial census   See reapportionment and redistricting
A division or allocation of responsibility among two or more persons In regard to the sale of real estate, the allocation is typically of a cost or expense such as property taxes between the purchaser and the seller, or, in the case of income producing property, the allocation of rental income between the purchaser and seller Normally the seller is responsible for expenses up to and including the day of settlement or closing
If a claimant suffered a disability from a previous industrial or non-industrial condition, a self-insured employer or insurance carrier may ask the treating physician giving a permanent impairment rating to apportion between the pre-existing condition and the current industrial injury If an apportionment can be made, the self-insured employer or insurance carrier will only pay for that portion of the permanent impairment rating which is due to the admitted industrial accident In occupational disease cases, a rule of law known as "Anderson v Brinkhoff" allows for apportionment of all benefits if a claimant's disability is due to non-industrial conditions In traumatic injury cases, sometimes an apportionment is allowable when successive industrial injuries combine to render the need for medical treatment Apportionment of benefits is a complex but important part of a physician's and Administrative Law Judge's job
The proportionate distribution of elected representatives, either among the states in the case of U S Congress or within the state in the case of the state legislature The division of the state into congressional and state senate and house districts of equal population for purposes of representation
The division or distribution of a receipt or a disbursement of property between or among two or more accounts, as between principal and income; to be distinguished from allocation
The proportional distribution of election districts on the basis of units of population of equal numbers
Apportionment is the process of dividing up the 435 memberships, or seats, in the House of Representatives among the 50 states The Census Bureau has a dual responsibility in this connection It conducts the census at 10-year intervals And, at the conclusion of each census, it uses the results for calculating the number of House memberships each state is entitled to have The latter process is the initial use of the basic results of each census Back to the Census Definitions Menu
The proportionate distribution of elected representatives The division of the state into congressional and state senate and house districts of equal population for purposes of representation
A term that refers to a statutorily prescribed division or assignment of funds An apportionment is based on prescribed formulas in the law and consists of dividing authorized obligation authority for a specific program among the States
{i} allocation, allotment
The act of apportioning; a dividing into just proportions or shares; a division or shares; a division and assignment, to each proprietor, of his just portion of an undivided right or property
applotment
admeasurement
legislative apportionment
or legislative delimitation Process by which representation is distributed among the constituencies of a representative assembly. In ancient Athens, every citizen represented himself, but throughout most of history representation has been restricted to certain social classes. With the growth of democracy, the extension of suffrage, and the rise of political parties, apportionment had to be methodically and mathematically arranged to ensure that the distribution of legislative seats would most accurately reflect the electorate's will. Territorial apportionment is currently the most common form. See also gerrymandering, proportional representation
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