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  • 41 Customs House, Sydney — Customs House, Circular Quay, Sydney …

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  • 42 Customs and Excise — UK US noun [singular] the government department in the UK in charge of collecting the taxes to be paid on goods that are bought or sold, or brought into the country http://www.macmillandictionary.com/med2cd/weblinks/customs and excise.htm… …

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  • 43 Customs House (Sodus Point, New York) — Customs House U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 44 customs agent — ➔ agent * * * customs agent UK US noun [S] (also customs broker) ► TAX, TRANSPORT, COMMERCE a person or company that is paid to make sure that all necessary taxes are paid and rules are followed so that goods can be imported into a country: »One… …

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  • 45 customs tariff — ➔ tariff * * * customs tariff UK US noun [C] TAX ► a tax paid on goods imported into a country: »lower/reduce customs tariffs »Barriers to trade were abolished and a common customs tariff was set up. → See also CUSTOMS DUTY( …

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  • 46 Customs Court — See: Court of International Trade Category: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009 …

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  • 47 Customs and Excise — ˌCustoms and ˈExcise noun TAX ORGANIZATIONS the former name for HM Revenue and Customs * * * Customs and Excise UK US noun ► the previous name for the British government’s customs department, responsible for collecting taxes on goods brought into …

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  • 48 customs clearance — ˈcustoms ˌclearance noun [uncountable] TAX COMMERCE TRANSPORT when customs officials agree to allow goods entering or leaving the country to continue on their journey after all the necessary checks have been made: • We still need to go through… …

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  • 49 customs officer — UK US noun [C] TAX, GOVERNMENT, TRANSPORT ► (also customs official) a person whose job is to check travellers bags to make certain they are not taking goods into a country without paying taxes: »She was stopped by a customs officer who opened her …

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  • 50 Customs & Excise — The former UK government department which had responsibility for value added tax and customs duties. Customs & Excise was merged with the Inland Revenue on 18 April 2005 to form HM Revenue & Customs. Related links value added tax …

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  • 51 Customs Diary — Directed by T. S. Suresh Babu Written by C. K. Jeevan A. S. R. Nair Starring Jayaram …

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  • 52 customs bond — ➔ bond * * * customs bond UK US noun [C] TAX, COMMERCE ► a type of insurance that someone who is importing goods must have, in which they promise to pay any necessary taxes and obey the rules for importing goods: »We can negotiate highly… …

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  • 53 Customs House Inn — (Pictou,Канада) Категория отеля: 4 звездочный отель Адрес: 38 Depot Street, B0K 1H …

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  • 54 Customs House Hotel — (Хобарт,Австралия) Категория отеля: категория 3+ Адрес: 1 Murray St, 7000 Хобарт …

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  • 55 Customs racketeering — Customs racketeering, a form of piracy, is the act of customs agents seizing cargo on ships for their own gain but claiming that they have the legal right to do so. Customs racketeering was a big problem mainly during the pre and post American… …

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  • 56 Customs (album) — Customs Studio album by Savage Republic Released 1989 …

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  • 57 customs duties — the duties payable on the importation into a country of goods purchased abroad. In the UK, value added tax on imported goods is payable on a sum comprising the price of the imported goods plus any customs duty payable thereon. Collins dictionary… …

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  • 58 Customs warehousing — Customs procedure allowing the storage of (Art. 98 (1) CC) EU Customs Glossary • non Community goods without subjecting them to import duties or commercial policy measures, and EU Customs Glossary • Community goods with a view to applying… …

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  • 59 customs approved treatment — or use The placing of goods under a customs procedure; their entry into a free zone; their re exportation from the customs territory of the European Union ( EU); their destruction or their abandonment to the Exchequer. HM Customs & Revenue… …

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  • 60 customs approved use — customs approved treatment or use The placing of goods under a customs procedure; their entry into a free zone; their re exportation from the customs territory of the European Union ( EU); their destruction or their abandonment to the Exchequer.… …

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