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taxes

(tăk′sēz)
n.
A plural of taxis.

taxes,

n.pl the sum of monies collected by the various branches of a government.
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based Tobin Tax Initiative and France's Association for Transaction Taxes to Aid Citizens (ATTAC), sprang up and started a carefully coordinated international campaign to promote the Tobin tax.
made his now famous comment, "Taxes are what we pay for civilized society," the year was 1904 and Americans were paying an average of $15 total in taxes.