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n.1.One who apportions.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Beside us let there be a forceful hero, o Maruts, who is lord (asura) and apportioner for the people.
The division of meat, brandy, mqombothi and purchased or bottled beer is done on the basis of age and gender, overseen by a respected man who holds the position of injoli (apportioner).
This small but representative sampling shows that each "receipt" contains similar information--the amount of the commodity; the supplier; the person to whom it is rationed, the amounts, and to where it was moved; the name of the apportioner, the officer who decides on the ration quantities; the date; and a seal or seals.