Definitions for "Allotment"
A small area of land sufficient for building a house. An allotment is also referred to as a building block, lot or block of land.
An area of land designated and managed for grazing livestock.  Allotments are usually several thousand acres in size.
n. 1. A collection of rented plots of land usually for the growing of fruit and vegetables.
A part of an appropriation (or, in Federal usage, parts of an apportionment) which may be encumbered (obligated) or expended during an allotment period.
Distribution of a biennial appropriation to a specific month and fiscal year. The allotment provides agencies with the authority to spend within an appropriation.
(governmental accounting) The administrative assignment by an agency of a part of an appropriation, allocation, or apportionment to a subdivision of the agency.
a certain amount of money designated by Air Force members, which is deducted from their paychecks and sent to a person or agency each month
an arrangement between the service member and Accounting and Finance to have a specific amount of money withheld from your paycheck each payday for payment to a designated recipient, such as savings account, car loan, mortgage payment, or insurance
a specified amount of money designated by Air National Guard members, which is deducted from paychecks and sent to a designated individual or institution on or about the first of each month
The act of allotting; assignment.
That which is allotted; a share, part, or portion granted or distributed; that which is assigned by lot, or by the act of God; anything set apart for a special use or to a distinct party.
Allocation of new securities/shares to an applicant for a new issue.
The number of seats, cabins, berths, etc. available for sale by a supplier or agent.
The number of units required to achieve a desired GRP level in a market.
The number of unilluminated and illuminated panels in an outdoor poster showing.
Keywords:  tobacco, peanuts, acreage, farmer, farm
During the time of the Price Support System in the United States , the allotment was the specific amount of acreage that could be used by a farmer to grow tobacco in any given year.
An allotted share of production for an individual farm based on previous production. Allotments are currently applicable only for peanuts and tobacco price support programs.
See “Draw.
In single-copy sales, the term generally used in referring to the number of copies of an issue scheduled to be shipped to a wholesaler. Sometimes also used to refer to the number of copies shipped to a retailer, although the more common term for this is "draw."
refers to the total number of copies of a single issue scheduled for shipping to a wholesaler or distribution service (e.g. Magazines Canada). Not to be confused with draw (see below).
The allowance of a specific amount of scrip or of a particular thing to a particular person.
An amount of money set aside for future investment in mortgages.
a designated amount of money that is automatically distributed for you, from your pay
A term used to describe blocked space by airlines on behalf of forwarders/shippers. Back to top of screen
a portion of your pay that is automatically set aside each month for an individual, a mutual fund, creditors, etc
n. Portion.
Current allotment represents the original amount budgeted for an account for the year as modified by any budget change requests.
Keywords:  spot, held, agent
a spot(s) held for an agent