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levy

a. the act of imposing and collecting a tax, tariff, etc.
b. the money so raised
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And when she told of Levy, and dropped the pearl into Tefara's hand, even she was reconciled to the reality of her mother-in-law.
As per the Finance Bill 2016-17, the government, by notification, may exempt any class of vehicles from the levy of the tax.
Levy, a former city councilor and state legislator, was arraigned in Framingham District Court this week after he was charged with assaulting his girlfriend outside a bar early Saturday morning.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) has published its levy estimate (Au630m) and consultation on the proposed basis for the PPF levy for the 2013/14 levy year.
This item addresses an employer's rights and responsibilities when required to comply with an IRS wage levy.
com)-- Tax debt accumulates in a variety of ways, but when taxpayer actions, or in this case, inaction, results in a levy, one thing all taxpayers can agree on is that the result can be crippling.
MEMBERS of the House of Commons with an interest in racing and betting have been warned that an attempt to include offshore operators in the levy scheme is very likely to provoke a legal challenge against the levy system in the European courts.
Moses Levy of Florida: Jewish Utopian and Antebellum Reformer.
Farmers and growers want the reformed levy groups to boost their profits and lower their costs, according to a newly published report.
David Levy and Michael Greenberg represented the tenant and landlord in the transaction.
During another rehearsal, Levy fine-tuned the delicate movements of Puccini's Turandot, set in ancient China.
The Perfect Thing By Steven Levy $25, Simon & Schuster