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a compulsory contribution, usually of money, that is required for the support of a government

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We look forward to his continued engagement with the Company, added Tarriff.
Most of the leaders of the Tarriff Reform League here in Birmingham were also the leaders of the Navy League here in Birmingham.
Ahmed Al Masroori, an Omani national, pointed out that despite the promises of low tarriff from service providers, "expensive Internet offers were still being launched with poor service", despite the TRA's efforts to keep the tariff under check.
Southern California Edison large-commercial-building interruptible-service tarriff.
Introduced in June, it's like a Feed-In Tarriff (FIT) for biomass, offering payments to businesses that use wood fuel for heat.
Irish Wind Energy Association chief Kenneth Matthews warned continuing hold-ups to Ireland's Renewable Energy Feed-in Tarriff are giving competing nations the edge.
and at a cost of 50 pounds, this is understandable, as its tarriff placed it well above the price range of most private citizens.
The Containership Company ASA tarriff BAF is currently:
He and his team gave their time for free and every penny of the pounds 25-ahead tarriff went to the hospice," said college hospitality and catering team leader Carole Bennett.
There are even bigger savings to be had for those who would like to sample BA's legendary upper cabins, with prices on some first-class fares now as low as the previous club world tarriff.
He knows where you live now and the price of free speech is on Traynor's Tarriff.
Sema tarrif: Once again this is a tarriff that draws on the demographic, linguistic and financial-affluence social strata.
The two have assumed those positions in the aftermath of the recent resignations of Scott Tarriff as president and CEO and Mark Auerbach as executive chairman.
72 SOURCES: ITC Interactive Tarriff and Trade Dataweb, data for HTS Code 0804-40-00, Avocados (fresh or dried); Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture.
Jumar, which also won the top award in 2003 and 2004, was joined in the Deloitte Fast 50 ranking by a further 13 businesses from the Midlands, including Apteco, rol Solutions, Exasoft, Sants Pharmaceutical Distributors, Ardentia and Tarriff Reduction Services.