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a term describing the balance of a horse and rider, or a horse alone, while moving; smooth coordination of all parts working in unison.
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When asked why the government had failed to collect revenue as per the estimates of the budget 2009-10, Punjab Finance Minister Tanveer Ashraf Kaira said that during the current fiscal year 20 percent more revenue than in the previous year had been collected.
4 : to gain or regain control of <After losing my way, I had to stop and collect my thoughts.
In the past, the provider had to collect the rectal specimens [so] the test wouldn't be done.
They were provided with a collection kit and oral and written in structions on how to collect the sample.
For a few goods and services, collecting a use tax is easy; states collect this tax on cars when the new owner tries to obtain registration.
We can save in field collections because if you're sending out a field crew for 10 days to collect samples, they can only bring back as much as their bags and truck," says Dagenais.
While officials expect to collect an additional $52.
If a koala collects four or more leaves, it has an offspring, and a koala is added from the sidelines in the next round.
The license was limited to one season and the farmer agreed not to collect seeds from its harvest.
Private debt servicers are contracted to collect the debt.
Then, it is important to devise a functional and efficient way to collect our payments.