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levy -- as in: levy a tax
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Anna Karenina
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  • I made his acquaintance in Tver when I was there on official business, and he came there for the levy of recruits.
  • But this was so much the better, as going into the dining room, Stepan Arkadyevitch found to his horror that the port and sherry had been procured from Depre, and not from Levy, and, directing that the coachman should be sent off as speedily as possible to Levy’s, he was going back to the drawing room.
  • But this was so much the better, as going into the dining room, Stepan Arkadyevitch found to his horror that the port and sherry had been procured from Depre, and not from Levy, and, directing that the coachman should be sent off as speedily as possible to Levy’s, he was going back to the drawing room.

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  • levy a fine
  • Taxes should be levied based on ability to pay.

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