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  • Beyond the rates and revenues, however, another aspect about the income tax that changed was the increase in the number of income taxpayers from 4 million in 1939 to 43 million in 1945.lusion of a surtax, tax rates ranged from 13 percent on the first $2000 of taxable income to 82 percent on taxable income in excess of $200,000.

    Macroeconomics, by Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)

  • Beyond the rates and revenues, however, another aspect about the income tax that changed was the increase in the number of income taxpayers from 4 million in 1939 to 43 million in 1945.lusion of a surtax, tax rates ranged from 13 percent on the first $2000 of taxable income to 82 percent on taxable income in excess of $200,000.

    Archive 2007-09-30

  • Rubber Duck was made freely available a day? before Rebirth was, and the D-lusion guys have just made Drumstation free as well.

    UPDATE: Rebirth Museum wants you to download 256mb of random data

  • After coming to that conc lusion, Roland and Susan arranged their meetings strictly between the two of them.

    Wizard and Glass

  • Use now your powers of il - lusion, work with them day after day, until you can use them as easily as a well-trained warrior can wield his sword.

    Merlin's Mirror

  • He reinterprets the schema of substance and modal aspects in moral terms as man's recall from il - lusion, as the return of our fragmentary finite mind to the infinite whole of spiritual life (a theme to be developed by Hegel), and in some definite sense as a soaring of the human lover to his beloved.

    IDEA OF GOD, 1400-1800

  • It war beautiful, Jim, even ef it war all 'lusion ter ther eyes' nd ears.

    The Wedge of Gold

  • In.lusion by Whole & Part designated by In.W. & P., or merely by In. We may include in this class for convenience _the material and the product_ as "Bureau,  Oak;" "Tower,  Brick;" "Harness,  Leather."

    Assimilative Memory or, How to Attend and Never Forget

  • It was a de-lusion, I am now satisfied; for I cannot recall that they ever trailed one certainly three feet.

    The Long Hillside A Christmas Hare-Hunt In Old Virginia 1908

  • Corporeality; sensuality; de - lusion; mortality; error.

    Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures

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