- fiscal agent,
- fiscal cliff,
- fiscal drag,
- fiscal policy
Origin of fisc
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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.
Fisc, fisk, n. the state treasury: the public revenue: one's purse.
We exempt him and those who may settle with him in the said Valley of Charolles, of all contributions to our fisc.The Poniard's Hilt|Eugne Sue
Nor does what he wrote later on to the contrary in aid of the Fisc, of which he was then Advocate, stand in refutation; Spada.
This argument, strong as it is, has succeeded in weakening one wise and earnest adherent of the Fisc.
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