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No Capitation, or other direct, Tax shall be laid, unless in Proportion to the Census or Enumeration herein before directed to be taken.
Lynde did not spare him in her enumeration of his shortcomings, you may be sure.
NOTE: Line enumeration is that according to Evelyn-White; a slightly different line numbering system is adopted in the original publication of this fragment.
Socrates reminds Meno that this is only an enumeration of the virtues and not a definition of the notion which is common to them all.
Does he produce his impressions by full enumeration of details, or by emphasis on prominent or characteristic details?
and honest Raggles continued, in a lamentable tone, an enumeration of his griefs.
Neither my mother's evident astonishment at my behaviour, nor Pesca's fervid enumeration of the advantages offered to me by the new employment, had any effect in shaking my unreasonable disinclination to go to Limmeridge House.
public health enumeration efforts, CDC conducted its first agency enumeration in 2012.
Peripheral blood stem cell (n = 27) and whole blood (WB; n = 32) samples were collected at a single institution from May 2005 through May 2009 and used for enumeration of [CD34.
Not only does V3 include the data elements and enumerations needed for uniform loan and appraisal data delivery to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, but those data elements were vetted by the industry experts who understand them, and they are now part of the MISMO reference model.
We do not recommend waiting until the last days of January, as that is when many people will realize that they want to complete the census online, and the enumeration may take much longer due to a high system load," he noted.
Workforce enumeration is the foundation for identifying workforce needs.