To tax (from the Latin taxo; 'I estimate') is to impose a financial charge or other levy upon a taxpayer (an individual or legal entity) by a state or the functional equivalent of a state such that failure to pay is punishable by law.
Subject: Teachers; Teachers; Teachers
The 1st series is a collection chiefly of medieval documents, supplemented by the Appendice in 9 vols. containing minor documents, letters, bibliographical and biographical notices. Beginning with the new series in 1855 the Archivio contains Documenti e memorie, Rassegna bibliografica, Necrologie correspondenza, annunzi bibliografici, etc.
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The author's Lustspiele, ed. by H. Palm, in v. 138 of this collection; his Trauerspiele in v. 162.
The beginning part of the book has the same page.
Jews ; Literature
Additional Subjects: Partnership; Income tax
Income tax -- Japan Law
Income tax -- Great Britain
Subject: Taxation -- New York (State)
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