|one who allots, one who distributes an allotment||allotter|
|act of allocating, allotment; apportionment; portion, autochthonous, introduced, not in original position, something allocated//allochthonous||allocation|
|act of distributing or portioning something out; particular group to which something is distributed (e.g. a newspaper or magazine); allotment; systematic division of items into parts; (Statistics) probability or frequency with which items are distribut...||distribution|
|act of standing, act of standing; halt; position; stance, point of view; defensive effort; raised platform; kiosk which sells or distributes items; taxi station; piece of furniture on which items are stored or displayed; seat for witnesses during a cou...||stand|
|adequate amount, allot, allocate, distribute in fixed quantities, amount of food officially allocated, fixed amount allocated to an individual, limit quantity available to somebody, portion, allotment, allocated quantity; single serving of food, indivi...||ration|
|allocation, allocation of taxes, allotment, distribution of legislative seats||apportionment|
|allotment, allocation; seizure, confiscation, money for particular purpose, taking something for own use||appropriation|
|assigner of names, one who allots official names and terms (especially used in the classification of items in a scientific field)||nomenclator|
|cone to disperse sound waves, device that diffuses lamp light, device that evenly distributes light; device used to make an air current disperse over a wider area; screen for softening light, device that softens light, diffusor, hairdryer attachment, p...||diffuser|
|device conveying electricity to spark plugs, distributer, one that markets a commodity, wholesaler; one that allots or dispenses, one that hands out, organization arranging screening of motion pictures, somebody who distributes something||distributor|
|distributor, one that allots or distributes, something which dispenses (especially referring to a device)||distributer|
|divide, divide into parts, partition; allocate, allot, ration, dowry, endow, fate, fraction, helping of food, inheritance, piece; serving of food; allotment, allocation; dowry||portion|
|giver of money as charity, hospital social worker, one who distributes alms, one who gives donations or aid to the needy; social worker in a hospital||almoner|
|one who allots, one who designates||allocator|
|owner of a publishing business, person or company that produces and distributes printed material, publishing company or person||publisher|
|person who assigns, person who allots or apportions||assigner|
|person who assigns, person who allots or apportions, somebody transferring rights||assignor|
|person who distributes copy and oversees placement of text (Printing); head shoemaker who cuts out the upper part of a shoe and gives it to other workers; T.V. remote control device (Slang), somebody or something that clicks||clicker|
|person who promotes goodwill and distributes information for a company or organization||PRO (public relations officer)|
|politically-oriented propaganda disseminated through art and/or literature (esp. Communist in nature); one who distributes propaganda; government agency which produces and distributes propaganda, propagandist art||agitprop|
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