Recent Examples of divvy from the Web
Players receive 52% of revenue, according to Kwatinetz, and earnings are divvied up according to the standings.
The proceeds from traffic fines usually are divvied up with contractors.
For a week ending next Tuesday, outreach workers like Nelson, employees with social service agencies and volunteers divvy up Multnomah County and walk streets and search parks.
When an area is designated as a TIF district, property tax revenue — which is divvied up among taxing bodies including public schools — is frozen.
That's how most of these head coach contracts are divvied up.
An executive at one firm pleaded guilty to his part in the conspiracy in 2015 and other companies have admitted their involvement in the scheme, which involved executives divvying up customers and stifling competition.
Meanwhile, Benson's recent legal troubles with his estranged grandchildren Rita and Ryan LeBlanc and daughter Renee Benson were settled earlier this year, although how any assets might have been divvied up among the family wasn't made public.
In plans approved in their respective budget committees this week, both houses stray from Brown's proposal to put the money toward general Medi-Cal costs and lay out their own ideas about how to divvy up the revenues.
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Origin and Etymology of divvy
by shortening & alteration from divide
First Known Use: 1877See Words from the same year
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