So when the blame is apportioned, Abbas and his fellow West Bank leaders have a good deal to answer for.
One was apportioned to her, and the woman stood by while she undressed.
The book was done in a quarter of the time he had apportioned to it.
Provisions were again short, and had to be apportioned sparingly and equally.
It was unfortunate for Irene and Lorna that Mabel had been apportioned to them as a roommate.
The supply was limited and on this account one film had been apportioned to certain territory.
On this calculation the allowance is apportioned to the tonnage.
This fine domain, lying between Whittier and Los Angeles, was apportioned long before 1899, among the five purchasers.
Or are they to be apportioned in a certain dose to every man?
So have I apportioned to thee thy work, to Baba Mustapha his; reserving to myself the work that is mine!'