a royal or state treasury; exchequer.
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How to use fisc in a sentence
And so the fisc—and perhaps other federal courts—will cave rather than fight.
In effect, an overreaching administration and a supine fisc are ginning up a secret constitution.
The fisc does not approve the directives or the individuals to be monitored via those directives.
Perhaps most importantly, the fisc has a strong practical incentive to find a way to say “yes” to the government.
Determining that question requires a public debate, which is precisely what the fisc is built to prevent.
This use of bind has perhaps been helped by Layamons wifmen hit unchet fuliwis; bi-neoe on gurdle hit unche fisc.
The whole of the public revenue became part of the fisc, and was considered as the private estate of the prince.
This fund, if it consist of money, is called rarium or fisc, and public demesne if it consist of lands.The Social Contract & Discourses | Jean-Jacques Rousseau
His next preferment was that of advocate-general of the fisc for the provinces of Holland and Zeeland.
As the children were incapable of inheritance, she only held the dower for life, after which it fell into the fisc.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume I | Henry Charles Lea
British Dictionary definitions for fisc
rare a state or royal treasury
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