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- Allotment may refer to: Allotment (Dawes Act), an area of land held by the US Government for the benefit of an individual Native American, under the Dawes...
- allotment legislation was enacted. The law was first fully codified in the Small Holdings and Allotments Act 1908, then modified by the Allotments Act...
- the FM Table of Allotments Commission adopts Table of Allotments for DTV (MM DOCKET NO. 87-268) MM Docket No. 89-686 Table of Allotments FM Broadcast Stations...
- the United States to subdivide Native American tribal landholdings into allotments for Native American heads of families and individuals, transferring traditional...
- An allotment release back period is also negotiated as part of the allotment contract (e.g. four days prior to check-in/departure). Allotments can be...
- The Internal Revenue Allotment (IRA) is a local government unit’s (LGU) share of revenues from the Philippine national government. Provinces, independent...
- 50639; -0.31833 Northfield Allotments are allotments in the Northfields district of Ealing. They are the oldest allotments in London, having been created...
- Retrieved on 2012-09-18. South West Counties Allotments ****ociation – Keeping Chickens and Livestock on Allotments. Allotmentssouthwest.org.uk. Retrieved on...
- Course Allotments are allotments in the Muswell Hill area of North London, United Kingdom. At over 11.5 acres they are the second largest allotment site...
- tribes (13:1–22:34) A. God's instructions to Joshua (13:1–7) B. Tribal allotments (13:8–19:51) 1. Eastern tribes (13:8–33) 2. Western tribes (14:1–19:51)...
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