Definition of Retaxes
1. retax [v] - See also: retax
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Literary usage of Retaxes
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1. Fifty Contemporary One-act Plays by Frank Shay, Pierre Loving (1920)
"[Madden retaxes suddenly. The reaction is almost too much for him. H« slowly goes back to the table ..."
2. The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society ...: General index to the by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Hume Greenfield, Henry Walter Bates (1868)
"... and, as the Government monopolises the manufacture of this necessary article, and taxes and retaxes it at the most exorbitant rates, the boatmen improve ..."
3. Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of New Jersey by New Jersey Comptroller of the Treasury (1913)
"ÍO Taxes 1913, poll 34800 Interest and costs retaxes 41 64 Total revenue $7,09477 Budget, 1913 7,44620 ..."
4. The Revised Statutes of the State of South Carolina: Prepared by by South Carolina (1873)
"... in case of the non-payment of such taxes, at 620,1,7. the time required by law, by any shareholder, and after notice reTaxes ..."
5. Document by New York (N.Y.). Board of Aldermen (1874)
"Clerk to Deputy-ReTaxes, Jan., 1878...: 81 00 ceiver of Taxes, Jan., 1873 81 00 1677 " 3, Francis Lynch, services as Temporary Clerk to ..."
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