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“They could issue long-term bonds for the modernization, and by doing that within 10 years of the imposition of the tax, they get to keep the entire tax,” Cabrera said.
If the Supreme Court overturns Rostker, they’ll surely fight against any imposition of compulsory registration or service for women.
Instead, by 2019, imposition of the tax had resulted in a decline in the number of internet users, failed revenue targets, and social unrest.
Many have called for the imposition and enforcement of more stringent and onerous regulation and taxation.
Plus, Zoom can be exhausting, so asking a person to hang out on Zoom after work can be a bit of an imposition.
This provision also had the effect of preventing the imposition of taxation upon the community by means of railway rates.
For this was the preposterous nature of the imposition, and she claimed to have given birth to no less than eighteen of them.
Just at this juncture Eric came in, having been delayed by Mr Gordon, while he rigidly inspected the imposition.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
Mr. Grenville, Chancellor of the Exchequer, introduced sundry resolutions relative to the imposition of stamp duty in America.
Henceforth they resisted the imposition by Parliament of external as well as internal taxes.

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