Definition of Taxings
1. taxing [n] - See also: taxing
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Literary usage of Taxings
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. What American Editors Said about the Ten Million Dollar Libel Suit by Thomson Gale (Firm) (1921)
"... feeling that the taxpayers' interests were not being sufficiently taken into account, protested against some of the taxings, borrowings and spendings—as ..."
2. The Journal of Sacred Literature by John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper (1852)
"It will however be seen that the impeachment which has just been given proceeds on the assumption that Luke affirms the actual completion of two taxings ..."
3. The Thinker: A Review of World-wide Christian Thought (1892)
"Tertullian, indeed refers to taxings in Judaea under Sentius ... an event which may have coincided with one of the taxings of Saturninus. ..."
4. Rational Religion and Morals: Presenting Analysis of the Functions of Mind by Thomas J. Vaiden (1852)
"... Antiquities of the Jews," declares that these " taxings were made (decreed,) in the thirty- seventh (year) of Ca'sar's victory over Antony at Actium ! ..."
5. The Eliminator: Or, Skeleton Keys to Sacerdotal Secrets by Richard Brodhead Westbrook (1892)
"Counting thirty-seven years, would bring the date of the taxings down to AD 6. Archelaus after reigning ten years was deposed for misconduct, and banished ..."
6. The Future Life & Modern Difficulties by F. Claude Kempson (1907)
"Might there not have been two " taxings " ? might not " taxings " have been even periodic functions ? But the facts remain. Herod the Great died BC 4, ..."