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1. We were not expecting Mr Levy to give us a clear or well-defined answer.
2. They imposed a 5% levy on alcohol.
3. Congress is empowered to levy taxes.
4. It turns out Levy is talking in metaphorical terms.
5. We should levy a heavy tax on the wealthy men.
6. They levy a tax on him.
7. The court may have to levy on your property to pay your debts.
8. A direct food levy was imposed by the local government.
9. They decided to levy on his property to pay his debts.
10. He wants to impose a levy on landfill waste.
11. The 1999 net tax levy for all properties is $ 1,223,789.
12. The new parliament will be empowered to levy a tax on its citizens to raise about $ 750 million a year.
13. The parishes were required to levy rates to provide for the relief of the poor.
14. The next levy proposed by Wolsey met with an even more humiliating defeat.
15. Levy, 46, readily concedes that the road map is an odd choice as a collector's item.
16. The levy, which began on January 1, has met with fierce opposition from the trade unions.
17. It will be funded principally by the levy.
18. He is planning a new levy of 15 cents a month from each union member, to be spent on political campaigns.
19. In addition some clubs levy a service charge for infants payable in resort.
20. The iniquitous climate change levy continues to be a real issue.
21. The levy, which reduces in real terms year on year, will raise a total of ￡9.1 billion.
22. Each Board was financed by a levy on the relevant industry.
23. Domestic rates will be abolished and in their place local authorities will levy a poll tax.
24. However, that is not a good reason for trying to levy high tax rates that no-one can enforce.
25. The Labour government eased the position by reducing the levy.
26. Renewable energy projects benefit from a price premium financed by a levy on the power industry.
27. Hatfield and Totteridge were separate places and the one could not levy rates for the other.
28. Marje found the love she so desperately needed, and true happiness(sentencedict.com), in the arms of Levy.
29. Car owners who take their old vehicles to designated scrapyards will be entitled to rebates on the levy.
30. It was the first deaf club in the country to levy an annual subscription charge.