Definition of Tuxes

1. Noun. (plural of tux) ¹



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Definition of Tuxes

1. tux [n] - See also: tux

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuxes

tutulemma
tutus
tutwork
tutworks
tuvirumab
tuwel
tuwels
tuwhit tuwhoo
tuwhit tuwhoos
tux
tuxed
tuxedo
tuxedoed
tuxedoes
tuxedos
tuxes (current term)
tuya
tuyas
tuyer
tuyere
tuyeres
tuyers
tuza
tuzlaite
tuzz
tuzzes
tv
tv-antenna
tv announcer
tv camera

Literary usage of Tuxes

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1. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1858)
"The Pharmaceutical Society in account with the Secretary. Rent of Room 20 15 8 £ ». d. tuxes 1 16 0 Expenses at Annual Meeting 1 16 2 Painter, 9». 3d. ..."

2. The Statutes of Ohio and of the Northwestern Territory, Adopted Or Enacted by Ohio, Salmon Portland Chase, Northwest Territory (1833)
"... stating the quantity, quality and situation of each tract, with the amount of the tuxes due thereon ; and shall likewise, on the said twentieth ..."

3. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1914)
"... among others, tuxes due thereon. City of Beaumont v. Russell, 112 SW 950, 953, 51 Tex. Civ. App. 351. A "tax" has reference to the general revenues for ..."

4. A Law Dictionary Containing Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American by Henry Campbell Black (1910)
"The basis, iu England, of ruling lands and hereditaments to the poor-rate, .nul to other rates and tuxes that are expressed to be leviable or assessable in ..."

5. The Local Courts' and Municipal GazetteLaw reports, digests, etc (1865)
"... add and include such arrears of taxes to the tuxes assessed against such occupied lands for the then current year, and such arrears t>ha4 be collected ..."

6. The Life of Napoleon Buonaparte ...: With a Concise History of the Events by Willem Lodewyk Van-Ess (1808)
"Edicts were presented to them, as if the subject had undergone DO discussion, and they were required to grant the new tuxes. The Parliament refused in the ..."

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