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Allport, AR -- U.S. town in Arkansas
Population (2000): 127
Housing Units (2000): 59
Land area (2000): 0.178850 sq. miles (0.463219 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.178850 sq. miles (0.463219 sq. km)
FIPS code: 00940
Located within: Arkansas (AR), FIPS 05
Location: 34.539548 N, 91.784977 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Allport, AR

Allport may refer to:

  • Allport (surname)
  • Allport, Arkansas, United States
Allport (surname)

Allport is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Chris M. Allport (born 1977), American composer, conductor, filmmaker, actor
  • Alan Allport (born 1970), British historian
  • Alfred Allport (1867–1949), English rugby union player
  • Christopher Allport (1947–2008), American actor
  • Floyd Henry Allport, (1890–1978) American psychologist
  • Gordon Allport, (1897–1967) American psychologist
  • James Joseph Allport (1811–1892), English railway manager
  • Samuel Allport (1816–1897), English petrologist
  • Walter Webb Allport (1824–1893), American dentist

Usage examples of "allport".

He explained, and Allport said, “With the thing about the Tampax and the cat litter, it don’t sound like she was taking food to a shut-in.

Paul from the car, got Allport and filled him in on the jewelry and the connection to Randy Whitcomb.

They were all in their thirties—veterans—and Lucas guessed that it was not by chance: Allport was taking it seriously.

So we’re gonna be squeezed onto the stairs if we have to kick the door,” Allport said.

They went to Randy’s door by walking along the face of the apartment building, five of them, led by Allport, followed by the hammer, then Del, then Lucas, with Marshall trailing.

Randy jerked back and screamed, “Shit,” as Allport stepped forward and Lucas said, “Watch it!

He was turning for the stairs, Del two steps behind him, when the first shot BANGED overhead and Allport screamed, “GUN,” and he and Del both went down and scrambled back off the stairs and out the door.

Lucas did a quick peek, saw nothing, and heard Allport screaming, “Gun,” into his handset, and at the same time saw Del rolling off the porch and onto his feet, and then he was onto the stairs, moving up, felt Del behind him as a shadow, shouted, “Watch along the railing, watch .

It might not have anything to do with your case, but Allport says to tell you that she fits the profile of all them women you been digging up .

In 1870, when James Allport, general manager of the Midland Railway, took it into his head to build a main line north, there was already an east coast line and a west coast line, so he decided to drive one up the middle, even though it went from nowhere much to nowhere much by way of nothing at all.

Anyway, it was enough to convince everyone who knew anything about railways that Allport was totally off his head - as in fact he was.

Moreover, Allport did not see us as slavishly controlled by innate or external factors (like Freud and Skinner did) because humans have the ability to actively, creatively, and rationally make conscious choices about how to behave.

Personal relations among researchers working on Aplysia, and between the Aplysia group in general and those working with other molluscans, such as Dan Alkon and his Woods Hole colleagues studying Hermissenda (Chapter 7), have not always been easy and were sometimes abrasive, to the extent that they attracted science writer Susan Allport to devote an entire book to them.

Gordon Allport (1954) illustrates how a prejudiced person resists "the facts"