How To Use Taxer In A Sentence

  • (Darius Nothus) (423-404 B.C.), the younger _Cyrus_ undertook to dethrone his brother _Artaxerxes II_., and for that purpose organized, in Asia Outline of Universal History
  • At a later stage of his reign, Artaxerxes II was forced to invade the country of the Cadusians again.
  • And we especially need to hammer away at Democratic cap and taxer congressmen who represent red districts. Rewarding party loyalty: Kirk, Castle, and Cao. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState
  • They also show Ahura Mazda fighting his nemisis Arhiman, and Darius, Xerxes, and various Artaxerxeses worshiping AM. Eric Lurio: Notes on the Iran/Persia Conflict: A Travelogue -- Part Four
  • Remmember anybody making under 250k will not see a single dime increase on their taxer, in one day he hiked the cigarette tax 60 cents. Tea Party isn’t about racism
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  • He changed from an Abraham Lincoln supporter to a Greenbacker; in succession he was a Granger, a Union Labor man, and a Single Taxer. THE AMERICAN WEST
  • Tucker, seeing in the single tax nothing but ‘robbery,’ characterized the single taxers as future ‘inquisitors.’
  • Well, that means whoever is the taxer is the burdener. CNN Transcript Sep 17, 2006
  • The longer he was in there, the bigger spender and the higher taxer he became," Barney Keller, a Club for Growth spokesman, said of Mr. Thompson. A Thompson Bid; Snappy Answers to Occupiers
  • Conventional wisdom has socialists down as high taxers and big spenders.
  • Some say that as his practical policy recommendation was land taxation, he should be seen as a land taxer not a land nationaliser.
  • British scholar Timothy Mitford believes he has found the spot from which a Greek army first sighted the Black Sea during its flight from the forces of the Persian king Artaxerxes II in 401 B.C. Xenophon's Retreat
  • These at last obtained an interdict from the usurper Smerdis the Magian (called Artaxerxes in Ezr Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • And it came to pass in the month Nisan, in the twentieth year of Artaxerxes the king, that wine was before him: and I took up the wine, and gave it unto the king.
  • On his death, in 404, Arsaces, his eldest son, ascended the throne as Artaxerxes II, and quelled revolts in Cyrus, The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • Filled with sorrow over the broken and neglected state of his homeland, he asked King Artaxerxes for permission to return (Nehemiah 2:5).
  • In 401 Cyrus made his famous expedition against Artaxerxes II, and The Public Orations of Demosthenes, volume 2
  • But isn't it in the interest of both the taxers and the taxed (you and me) to conclude longer-term deals, achieving some durability in our tax system?
  • Artaxerxes of chapter vi with the second of that name, and so would place the return of Esdras to Jerusalem under Artaxerxes II, in 404, contrary to the view of most commentators. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux
  • Well, that means whoever is the taxer is the burdener. CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2006
  • And there went up some of the children of Israel, and of the priests, and the Levites, and the singers, and the porters, and the Nethinims, unto Jerusalem, in the seventh year of Artaxerxes the king.
  • Nice to see the great taxer can afford a $30K a week place to stay and have all of his transportation and needs taken care of by taxpayers like me. Tennis, golf for Obama on day one
  • A new challenge arose when Bessus, who had withdrawn to his satrapy, proclaimed himself King of Kings under the regnal name Artaxerxes V.
  • The moderate Republican Schwarzenegger had criticized Obama in his only appearance of the general election campaign with John McCain - the Friday before the election in Columbus, Ohio, site of Schwarzenegger's annual Arnold Classic sports festival - as "scrawny" and a big taxer. William Bradley: Obama's California: The Arnold Alliance and More
  • Let us be clear that we owe this not to the taxers but to the creators, not to those who live off others but to those who make their own way and dedicate themselves to the improvement of humankind.
  • And Artaxerxes had heard something about a skirmish of ships near some island called Salamis, in which the king of Sidon had been embarrassed by certain Greek captains. The Battle of Salamis
  • If he does it again, it'll be hard to dodge the "big taxer" label. O'Malley's national ambitions could benefit Maryland
  • Tachos (360-359), his successor, attempted to invade the Syrian territory, but, as a result of rivalries and dissensions between himself and his namesake Tachos, whom he had appointed as regent, he was supplanted by Nectanebo II (358-342), a cousin of Tachos the regent, and took refuge with Artaxerxes II, at whose court he died. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • Bob McDonnell's proposal to privatize state-run liquor stores would not raise taxes, declared perhaps the nation's best known anti-taxer today. Norquist: McDonnell's ABC plan does not raise taxes
  • For a Chancellor uniquely sensitive to barbs about his reputation as a stealth taxer, this is not an academic point.
  • The goddess Anahita, first mentioned in an inscription of Artaxerxes II, and described only in the late Fifth Yasht, appears to have been originally Introduction to the History of Religions Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume IV
  • For Israel, this "one who sees" was Nehemiah. Filled with sorrow over the broken and neglected state of his homeland, he asked King Artaxerxes for permission to return (Nehemiah 2:5).
  • When Artaxerxes II, surnamed Ochus, invaded the Delta, Nectanebo II, King of Egypt, could find no safer refuge that Ethiopia, and in the days of the Ptolemies, one of its kings, The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • The most radical of all, that of the single taxers, who plan not only that the state shall be the sole landlord, but that the railways and the mines shall be nationalized and other public utilities municipalized, do not deny that they want to put a new life into private capitalism, and to stimulate commercial competition in the remaining fields of industry. Socialism As It Is A Survey of The World-Wide Revolutionary Movement
  • Ezra's precious name saluted us, at first, in the title of the book, but in the history we have not met with it till this chapter introduces him into public action in another reign, that of Artaxerxes. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume II (Joshua to Esther)
  • Forbes, along with just about every other “flat” taxer, allows an exemption for the first x thousand dollars of income. Matthew Yglesias » Tax Simplification and the Flat Tax
  • Darius II died at Babylon, and Artaxerxes II promoted in the city the worship of Anaitis. Myths of Babylonia and Assyria
  • [Greek: _pros tont_o_], and [Greek: _kai tauta gynaika_] must refer to the same person as [Greek: _barbaron anthr_opon_]; (2) to Artaxerxes alone, the words [Greek: _kai tauta gynaika_] being a gratuitous insult such as it was customary for Athenians to level at any Persian; (3) to Artemisia alone, [Greek: anthr_opos] being feminine here as often. The Public Orations of Demosthenes, volume 2
  • If it receives a SyntaxError, then call the notify the syntax error handler of it, and in an attempt to reset/restart - move ahead one space in the input, and recur. Archive 2009-05-01

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