Entitlement

[fair division] Entitlement in fair division describes that proportion of the resources or goods to be divided that a player can expect to receive. The idea is based on the normal idea of entitlement. Entitlements can in the main be determined by agreeing on a cooperative game and using its value as the entitlement. Even when only money is ...
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entitlement

[n] - right granted by law or contract esp to benefits
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Entitlement

Electric energy or generating capacity that a utility has a right to access under power exchange or sales agreements.
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entitlement

noun right granted by law or contract (especially a right to benefits); `entitlements make up the major part of the federal budget`
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Entitlement

An entitlement is a government program guaranteeing access to some benefit by members of a specific group and based on established rights or by legislation. The term may also reflect a pejorative connotation, as in a `sense of entitlement`. A `right` is itself an entitlement associated with a moral or social principle, such that an `entitleme...
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Entitlement

Benefits guaranteed to an individual, such as dividends for shareholders or government aid for those
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Entitlement

1. to be owed something under the law. 2. The portion of a VA-guaranteed loan that protects a lender
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entitlement

right granted by law or contract
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