- n. Plural form of tax collector.
“They were empowered to collect federal taxes separate from state accounts, to sue local tax collectors for nonperformance, and to press the state legislatures to answer to requisitions of Congress.”
“Besides, it was an age of massacres, from Sullas proscription of the wealthy and his execution of thousands of prisoners of war to Mithridates massacre of tens of thousands of Italian traders and tax collectors in Anatolia.”
“So it is that when he was alive he walked vulnerably among Romans and tax collectors and other unfitting characters which included women in his sexist culture, among outcasts and foreigners, Canaanites and Samaritans, among the diseased, the demoniacs, and lepers, and infectious.”
“TORONEXTI: a Lordkin band; formerly tax collectors”
“DELINQUENT TAX COLLECTORS -- to authorize the State Treasurer to receive from the delinquent tax collectors of the several counties in this State the military bonds or notes falling due 1st January, 1863-'64, in payment of the amount due them on account of the military tax for the year 1861 321, 327, 325”
“John D. Sanborn was one of three private tax collectors hired by the Internal Revenue in 1872.”
“So we keep a watch—as much for tax collectors as for bandits," Schami explained.”
“By Mr. Garlington, relative to commissions of tax collectors ... ..”
“Scraping the last piastre from the peasants, the tax collectors extracted a “great diversity of currency,” much of it in antique or small coinage, still strung together as jewelry.”
“I climb past the shut-up shops and slumbering residences, along the empty road that runs between them, barred now at the south side until morning comes and the tax collectors once again awake, for nothing enters my city without me being paid my due.”
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