With respect to Libya, for example, we have control of about $37 billion in assets we can dole out to the transitional council.
This is not the first time the site has been willing to dole out big bucks to nab public figures.
Everyone interviewed by The Daily Beast said they appreciate the volunteers who dole out food and find dry blankets.
Old English dal "state of being divided; sharing, giving out," shortened from gedal "portion," related to dæl "deal," from Proto-Germanic *dailiz (cf. Old Frisian and Old Saxon del, Middle Dutch deil, Dutch deel, Old High German teil, German Teil). On the dole is 1920s.
"hand out charity," mid-15c., from dole (n.).