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  • n. Plural form of toll.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of toll.


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  • All roads were excellent and the increase in tolls is more than offset by the improved roads, particularly Mazatlan to Tepic.

    Hwy 15D from Mexicali to GDL

  • I can drive from San Cristóbal de Las Casas to Lake Chapala, some 1,500 kilometers, over fine autopistas paid for in tolls by those using these great highways and both towns in which we live boast good restaurants and civilized residents and gorgeous scenery.

    Mexican govt taking your money?

  • State transportation officials, who endured withering criticism last year about proposed rates, said Friday that the tolls are the lowest that could be implemented under a range approved by the Maryland Transportation Authority's board.

    Md. announces toll rates for Intercounty Connector

  • Of course mention the word tolls (nothing more than a

    All Today's News - Sightline Daily

  • Perhaps he was recalling the tolls he had evaded paying, and wondering if the abbot had grown tired of turning a blind eye to the small defaulters.

    The Potter's Field

  • He says the tolls are a better option than the looming Metropolitan Transportation Authority service cuts and the elimination of free student MetroCards.

    NY1 - Top Stories

  • Foley disagreed, "I think the idea of tolls allows the legislature to open the conversation of letting in more taxes."

    NBC Connecticut - Top Stories

  • Writing an unqualified covered call tolls the period counting toward long-term capital gains treatment of profits when stock is sold or called away.


  • The rubric to get us to pay our tolls is a tax called "congestion pricing", which supposedly only tolls drivers during rush hours.

    Nom de plume: Rivrdog

  • The tolls are a hardship, especially to rural ambulance services that are struggling financially, said RSS - home


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