Had such an apportionment been in place in 2000, Al Gore would have won the electoral college vote and become president.
I wondered if the man Dimpdin would suggest the apportionment of flasks to soldiers, in his Evangelical report!
(b) Changes in the apportionment of the target among the subdivisions.
But the apportionment of districts was such that the legislature contained a majority for Douglas.
See Schuyler i, 286 on the apportionment of water to Samarkand and Bukhr.
There was also some difficulty over the apportionment of the debt.
What is the principle of apportionment of the members of each house?
The apportionment bill, as received from the House of Representatives, was taken up.
There should be no mistake made as to the apportionment of blame.
Backed by the second personage, who wore hair on his cheeks, he dictated the apportionment.
The allocation of seats in a legislature or of taxes according to a plan. In the United States Congress, for example, the apportionment of seats in the House of Representatives is based on the relative population of each state, whereas the apportionment in the Senate is based on equal representation for every state. (See also gerrymander.)