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  • n. Attributive form of excise tax

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Examples

  • The company has clawed back margin erosion caused by weak volumes and excise-tax increases through raising prices.

    BAT Rides Recovery

  • Growth in airline revenue from fees has corresponded with a drop in excise-tax revenue, and regulators said they want to determine if there is a direct link.

    U.S. Seeks Details on Airline Fees

  • On the other hand, Mr. Curtis added, "there are some gray clouds" over Wednesday's excise-tax deal, because of Glendale's affiliation with the Coyotes and the Moody's downgrade.

    City in Penalty Box Over Team Finances

  • Todd Curtis , portfolio manager of the Tax-Free Trust of Arizona, which has more than $300 million in assets, said he bought some of the Glendale water-and-sewer debt, but he wasn't sure he would participate in the excise-tax deal.

    City in Penalty Box Over Team Finances

  • The excise-tax part of the financing package is scheduled to sell Wednesday.

    City in Penalty Box Over Team Finances

  • The water-and-sewer deal priced and saw good reception Tuesday, while the excise-tax deal is expected to sell Wednesday, market participants said.

    City in Penalty Box Over Team Finances

  • The excise-tax bonds are being sold through a shell entity, the Municipal Property Corporation, which will repay bondholders through lease payments paid off by the excise tax.

    City in Penalty Box Over Team Finances

  • Jan Brewer supports the mining project because it promises jobs and state excise-tax revenue of as much as $150 million in the next two decades.

    Miners vs. Builders in Desert

  • The House sent the Senate a deficit-neutral bill (HR 5552) enabling manufacturers of firearms and ammunition to shift from a biweekly to quarterly schedule for depositing federal excise-tax collections with the Treasury.

    D.C. area congressional votes

  • The tax and trade bureau data show that combined sales volumes for little and large cigars rose 41% in the first 14 months since the excise-tax increase, while cigarette volumes continued to decline, a sign some cigarette smokers are switching to the small cigars.

    Close, and It Is a Cigar

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