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a fixed amount of money charged for a privilege or service

a loss sustained in the accomplishment of or as the result of something

to give forth or cause to give forth a clear, resonant sound

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a fee levied for the use of roads or bridges (used for maintenance)

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value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something

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the sound of a bell being struck

ring slowly

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charge a fee for using

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Northwest of the coast and embracing a part of Thuria lay the Lidi Plains, upon the northwestern verge of which was situ-ated the Mahar city which took such heavy toll of the Thurians.
Like Numa of the pit they occasionally made excursions across the desert to the fertile valley of the Wamabos, but principally they took their toll of meat from the herds of the walled city of Herog, the mad king, or seized upon some of his luckless subjects.
It is at such times that the black lions of the forest take their greatest toll from the herds, and it is infrequent that a lion attempts to enter the corrals at night.
And the clock, in the altar on which Iphigenia was situated, beginning, after a preparatory convulsion, to toll twelve, the mere tolling seemed as if it would last until one--so prolonged was the knell to the anxious spinster.
It happened that that night, an old gentleman who lived at Chigwell Row, and had long been poorly, deceased, and an order came to me at half after twelve o'clock at night to go and toll the passing-bell.
New customers who pick up a FasTrak toll tag at a participating retailer from May 15 to July 15 can get up to $10 in free tolls.
There will always be some federal funding shortfall for transportation; to cover that shortfall, tolls will be one of the tools states will consider," said HNTB senior vice president and national toll expert Jack Finn.
We think we've come up with a way to (reduce congestion) in this report, and that is generating new revenue from tolls that people and trucking companies would willingly pay to use new improvements to the system that offer them better service,'' said the study's lead author, Robert Poole.
The tolls could only be used for short-term financing of expanding road capacity," Replogle says.
Fortunately, there is a fairly straightforward way to reduce or even eliminate clogged traffic: Make drivers pay tolls during rush hours.
8 million, respectively, and represent a 12% and 8% increase over the prior year's revenue despite the effects of a 21-day and 16-day suspension of tolls to support hurricane evacuation and recovery efforts.
In Los Angeles, the study recommends tolls of 20 cents per mile in off periods and 40 cents during rush hour.
Similar to the Illinois Tollway installation where the AT/Comm system is operating, cash paying customers can conveniently prepay tolls in the toll lane and their transponder will immediately be recharged with the new balance shown on the LCD alphanumeric display.
In July 2006, the mainline cash tolls were increased by $0.
Proponents say charging tolls would provide a way to finance two more lanes, for which there is otherwise no money, and reduce freeway congestion that is sure to worsen in the future.