verbo (levies, levying, levied)[with object]
- The Green Party wants to levy a windfall tax on land when it is zoned for development.
- The Virginia legislature proposed to levy a tax to support religious education, but individuals were free to choose which church was to receive the money.
- James Madison in 1784 opposed an attempt by the Virginia legislature to levy a tax to support religious education.
- He said the Department of Environment had first to approve these designations before the Council can levy the owners of derelict sites.
- An earlier idea he raised to levy motorists had met with severe criticism.
- One option open to it, he said, was to move against the organisation as a body corporate and levy upon the Mucurapo Road property.
- Altogether, 42,500 troops were levied for service in Ireland during the War, representing perhaps 19 per cent of available manpower in England and Wales.
- Patrice Ford and Jeffrey Battle pled guilty today to charges of conspiring to levy war against the United States.
sustantivo (plural levies)
- The MPSC program is funded by a two-cent levy on sealed beverage containers and the money generated through the levy is used as support payments to municipalities.
- They are fiercely against a levy on plastic bags, even though a levy in Ireland saw a 90 per cent reduction in bags over six months.
- These steps, ranging from the types of projects to be financed by the levy to the management of resources collected, were to be locally defined by the municipal councils.
- Part 2 proposes the increased accident compensation levy.
- He will not be there to help the businessman pay his new, increased insurance levies.
- New levies were imposed on cigarettes, wine and beer.
- This means organising workplace collections and levies, taking strikers round meetings and workplaces in every town and city, organising delegations to demonstrations or to visit picket lines.
- A large number were trade union members paying the political levy to the Labour Party, and there were many individual Labour Party members as well.
- Institutions will face crippling fines of $100 per student if they collect levies or charges that in any way finance student unions, associations, clubs or services.
- The immediate cause of rebellion was a national levy of 300,000 conscripts in March 1793.
- The fyrd was raised by selective recruitment, rather than a general levy, usually drawing one man for every five hides of land.
- Rather than respond to Vikings with ad hoc levies of his local noblemen which were disbanded when the crisis had passed, the West Saxons would now always have a force in the field.
- They had been three times beaten back from the breached walls of Changsha by similar gentry-led local levies.
- He accomplished this largely with local levies and displayed Roman power to the eastern kingdoms, including (for the first time) Parthia.
- Oraciones de ejemplo
- The policy would also be required to cover all aspects of operations of deposit accounts, charges leviable and other related issues to facilitate interaction of depositors at branch levels.
- The customs duties leviable on goods destined for the interior shall be collected at the port of entry and handed over to the administration of the area of destination.
Middle English (as a noun): from Old French levee, feminine past participle of lever 'raise', from Latin levare, from levis 'light'.
Palabras que riman con levybevvy, bevy, Chevy, heavy, levee, Levi, top-heavy
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