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- n. Plural form of receipt.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of receipt.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the entire amount of income before any deductions are made
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The enrollment of the school grew rapidly to nearly 300, and the term receipts from tuition, board, etc., to more than $2,000, when Professor Hicks resigned in 1903 and accepted the Deanship of the Theological Department of Coleman College, Gibsland, La.
To date (this year alone), I believe I have more than $800 in receipts for which I will never receive reimbursement.
The Washington State House of Representatives recently passed a bill declaring that any business which has over $50k in receipts billed to Washington addresses in any year is responsible for paying Washington state taxes (B&O, and Sales Tax) for perpetuity.
Similarly, if the law instead had stated that every citizen must buy X lbs of wheat flour or equivalent and send in receipts to the IRS or face a flat-rate tax penalty, that might be outside the Commerce Clause power, outside the tax powers, and (since the reason is solely to provide economic benefit for wheat farmers) inside the prohibitions of the 5th Amendment ....
Between the boxes of "important papers" (credit card receipts from the past 20 years), furniture in various states of (dis) repair, half-finished hobby projects and dust bunnies the size of Rottweilers, the environment posed a severe trip hazard.
(Reports filed with the Federal Election Commission show about $17,000 in receipts, but Smith is not required to report donations under $1,000 apiece.)
Set a floor of annual receipts from a state before it applies, say a hundred thousand to avoid forcing everyone who sells stuff on eBay or mails the occasional product to state from the hassle of compliance.
A new nationwide study (pdf) of anonymised credit-card receipts from a major online adult entertainment provider finds little variation in consumption between states.
August and the Summer Movie Season ended with a scream over the weekend, as the box office experiencing a boost in receipts and the highest grossing ever for the time period.
By specifically allocating receipts from the expired tax cuts on incomes above $250,000 to this modern WPA, the deficit will increase in the short run, but the national debt will not increase over 10 years.
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