Praeter ceteros Iudaicus fiscus
acerbissime actus est; ad quem deferebantur, qui vel improfessi Iudaicam viverent vitam, vel dissimulata origine imposita genti tributa non pependissent.
While we are used to thinking of this event in terms of the interaction of the Jewish and Christian communities and the imperatives of their respective theologies, Heemstra directs our attention to the Fiscus
Judaicus, the tax to the emperor, which, after the destruction of the Temple in 70 C.
, if approved by the states and the European Parliament (at the end of 2012, hopes the Commission), will merge two separate programmes for taxation and customs into one.
Managing where and when their partners go is a big part of the difficulty firms face, Fiscus
Right now we think that these are significant shareholdings that are important to the fiscus
and we do not have any intention to dispose of them," Roy Padayachie told reporters.
And it got to the point where I would present a document to our last product and it would say it made it searchable, but it really didn't," says Fiscus
Narshall A Fiscus
, an official with the medical branch of the US PRT, promised they will build the wall and well, too, for the hospital soon.
Departing Prestwick on July 20, staying at the three star Hotel Los Fiscus
in Lanzarote on an all inclusive basis for seven nights from pounds 409per person.
Officer Dennis Fiscus
, the first officer to arrive on the scene, said that based on his own observations and what medics told him, he thought that Speheger had saved the victim's life.
In early April, Maximus di Fiscus
, the FISCSD Fuel Depot's roving diplomat, mascot and best friend, was helping navigate the boom boat when he noticed a young seal sitting on one of the pier whalers.
Among them: KTLA was the first station to broadcast on-the-spot news; offered the world's first extended news broadcast to cover the Kathy Fiscus
abandoned well tragedy on April 9, 1949; was the first west-coast station to broadcast a presidential address (by President Harry Truman); was the first to telecast from a ship at sea; was first to televise the explosion of an atomic bomb; and became the first local station to cover a major political convention.