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  • I gathered that he gave an allowance to men who had nothing of their own. Cited from Father Payne, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • Then he gave her a generous allowance to cover the next few months. Cited from Swirling Waters, by Max Rittenberg
  • They require the allowances to be retired after the end of each year.
  • His father will make him an allowance to live on. Cited from King Arthur's Socks, by Floyd Dell
  • They are provided with special allowances to buy their own food.
  • If members became sick, they would receive an allowance to help them meet their financial obligations.
  • The state gave certain allowances to students awaiting jobs during their training period.
  • The law provided allowances to women for their seventh and subsequent children up until their third birthday.
  • Her uncle will provide a small allowance to her but she can never return to Limmeridge.
  • Once the amount of allowed pollution is determined, companies can sell these allowances to other companies.
  • I have always attributed this small allowance to the Indian Agent who was so much against me. Cited from Ottawa and Chippewa, by Andrew J. Blackbird
  • The corporation seems to have continued some allowance to him.
  • Years afterward, a friend gave him a regular allowance to be spent in traveling. Cited from Halleck's New English Literature, by Reuben P. Halleck
  • These companies would then sell their allowances to other companies for whom such reductions would be more expensive.
  • Then I should make an allowance to Burns which cannot be made for any other poet. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
  • He believed in a liberal allowance to play, and said that when the work came it would be done all the better for it. Cited from Wakulla, by Kirk Munroe
  • I lived entirely abroad, and made most liberal allowances to all the agricultural tenants. Cited from Mr. Scarborough's Family, by Anthony Trollope
  • Others campaign for tax breaks or allowances to provide parents a non-finance driven choice.
  • These trade and settle internationally and hence allow allowances to be transferred between countries.
  • I will give you an ample allowance to keep you afloat through the years of struggle. Cited from The Plain Man and His Wife, by Arnold Bennett
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