Payr

Payr

(pīr),
Erwin, German surgeon, 1871-1946. See: Payr clamp, Payr membrane, Payr sign.
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A recent report by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), shows that less than 3% of employees give to charity through payr a oll giving schemes such as Give As You Earn (GAYE).
Last year (2011/12) PS118 million was given to good causes by 735,000 people through their payr a oll, equivalent to 3% of employees.
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60) "At income levels below $50,000, more than three-quarters of families have payr oll tax bills that exceed their income taxes.
In 1915, Payr was the first to report external VC medialization using a thyroid cartilage flap.
70) I pray yow by me a fayer and sewyr bycoket a standarde a payr scleuys a 3e haue and a fowld of mayll (RCII 114: 484)
Small businesses getting started and growing, lack not only the resources to pay tax but the back up to administer national insurance, income tax, their VAT payments and their payr oll systems.
Recipe perys & payr pam clene; take gode rede wyne & mulberys or sawndyrs.
Recipe fayre quynces & payr pam clene, & cut team oute pe kyrnyls; pan tak sugur enogh & a lityll powdyre of gynger Stop pe hole full; & pan make rownde cophyns & close .