levying sales taxes on Internet commerce would allow many states to tap into a new vein of funds.
The NCAA came down on Penn State for its ‘conspiracy of silence,’ levying a $60 million fine.
Moreover, the debate about levying new sanctions on Iran is likely to produce even greater tension.
They regulated the levying and disbursing of taxes, the construction of roads and bridges, and the like.
The Congress will doubtless declare that in levying 50 per cent.
Here was the United States gone into business, and instead of levying taxes was actually paying dividends.
Do you realise that you're levying a private war and breaking every law of the land?
Wasters refused work, preferring hymn-singing in the streets and levying doles from credulous householders.
The best and most frugal way of levying a tax can never be by farm.
The authority for levying this rate is given by a short act of assembly, constantly prepared for that purpose.
early 13c., "act of raising or collecting," from Anglo-French leve, from Old French levée "act of raising," noun use of fem. past participle of lever "to raise" (see lever). Originally of taxes, later of men for armies (c.1500). Related: Levied; levying.
"an act of levying," early 15c., from Anglo-French leve, Old French levée "a raising, lifting; levying," noun use of fem. past participle of lever "to raise" (see lever).
(1 Kings 4:6, R.V.; 5:13), forced service. The service of tributaries was often thus exacted by kings. Solomon raised a "great levy" of 30,000 men, about two per cent. of the population, to work for him by courses on Lebanon. Adoram (12:18) presided over this forced labour service (Ger. Frohndienst; Fr. corvee).