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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fisc.
- n. [capitalized] [NL.] The genus which contains the fiscals. Bonaparte, 1853. See fiscal, n., 5.
“I want to refer to the problem of the unacceptably slow pace at which money collected by the fiscus, which is intended to assist people in need, actually gets distributed.”
“A fiscus was a large basket, such is were used by all Roman financial concerns to contain live vouchers.”
“The fiscus was the organization managing the pubic property, income and expenditures of the Roman Emperor.”
“This would ensure that the massive pillaging of the fiscus which is currently taking place would be checked before it jeapordises the transition process.”
“National fiscus will have to make a contribution; host cities will have to make a contribution; and we have to involve institutions such as the DBSA.”
“Earlier, Moleketi told journalists the extra cost would have to be borne by the host cities and the national fiscus.”
“Indeed, soon the President Mbeki will be signing this Bill into law, necessarily giving effect to an exchange of money from National fiscus to potential beneficiaries, especially the Younger generation.”
“He added that the ANC's policies, that would be in its manifesto, could be funded by the fiscus.”
“They have the ability to raise capital and financing on the capital markets utilising a far greater range of instruments than that available to the national fiscus.”
“The fiscus may still be expected to support struggling SOE or to fund new growth, but as a standard, these entities trade off their balance sheets.”
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