from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Burdensome; wearing: a taxing business schedule.
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- v. Present participle of tax.
- adj. With respect to an experience: exhausting; draining.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not easily borne; wearing
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Thank you to all those who blindly push for this in taxing my children and grandchildren in the name of socialism.
Raising taxes on busines, and on wealthier individuals because UMMM taxing is good .....
Will they phase in taxing employer health benefits over time?
They (the liberals) are spending money they do not have and will need to come from excessive taxing from the American public (workers not welfare recipents).
The worst of the fallout from Obama's maniacal spending and taxing is yet to come ...... stevie
Actually, what should have been discussed -- and should be at another time -- is how the emphasis on housing as well as upscale accoutrements has not been good for the country (besides being another fixed game in taxing schemes).
Again, not taxing is merely respecting citizen's rights.
I can easily see how a model that is accurate for estimating the consquences of modest changes in taxing an spending could be inaccurate for modeling drastic changes.
Thus, the notion that not taxing is an incetive is inappropriate.
Please begin taxing all religious entities who are claiming tax exemption.
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