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bad habit

masamang bisyo

Last Update: 2015-01-06
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Manana Habit

Manana Habit

Last Update: 2015-03-06
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habit grizzled

abito ginggon

Last Update: 2015-02-26
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Religious habit

Abito

Last Update: 2014-08-06
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meaning habit grizzled

kahulugan abito ginggon

Last Update: 2015-02-26
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To raise revenue for tight government budgets, legislators sometimes attempt to raise revenue by imposing unusually high excise taxes on cigarettes, liquor, gambling, and so on. This type of charge, often called a "sin tax," appeals to voters who view it as a way of discouraging consumption of certain objectionable products. Critics of sin taxes cite the following as reasons against imposing a sin tax: It reduces the income of the buyer. - It lowers profits for the seller, and leads to reduced investment, wages, and jobs. - It is not likely to seriously discourage consumption habits when those habits are intensely desired. - It may eventually decrease government revenue, especially as people move their business to the informal sector. - It encourages people to turn to harder substances to feed their habits at the same price. - It creates underground markets, which tend toward corruption and violence, and fosters disrespect for the law. - It sets up a moral hazard for policy makers, who vacillate between wanting to discourage undesirable behavior and wanting to encourage it for revenue purposes. The goods that sin taxes are imposed on vary by state, so local laws should be consulted. Typically, when sin taxes are imposed, they are imposed on items that are discouraged for health, moral, and other reasons, for example, cigarettes, gambling, soda pop, beer, wine, hard liquor, topless bars, snacks, and other items. To raise revenue for tight government budgets, legislators sometimes attempt to raise revenue by imposing unusually high excise taxes on cigarettes, liquor, gambling, and so on. This type of charge, often called a "sin tax," appeals to voters who view it as a way of discouraging consumption of certain objectionable products. Critics of sin taxes cite the following as reasons against imposing a sin tax: It reduces the income of the buyer. - It lowers profits for the seller, and leads to reduced investment, wages, and jobs. - It is not likely to seriously discourage consumption habits when those habits are intensely desired. - It may eventually decrease government revenue, especially as people move their business to the informal sector. - It encourages people to turn to harder substances to feed their habits at the same price. - It creates underground markets, which tend toward corruption and violence, and fosters disrespect for the law. - It sets up a moral hazard for policy makers, who vacillate between wanting to discourage undesirable behavior and wanting to encourage it for revenue purposes. The goods that sin taxes are imposed on vary by state, so local laws should be consulted. Typically, when sin taxes are imposed, they are imposed on items that are discouraged for health, moral, and other reasons, for example, cigarettes, gambling, soda pop, beer, wine, hard liquor, topless bars, snacks, and other items. what

ano ang kuwenta ng buwis ng kasalanan

Last Update: 2015-03-16
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the collective behavior of the manager we love him criticize even do not know the standard and not ginaganahan the work with them because they have bad habits manager

ang sama ng ugali ng manager namin mahilig siya pumuna kahit hindi mo naman alam ang standard nila at hindi ginaganahan ang mga ng trabaho sa kanila kasi masama ugali ng manager nila

Last Update: 2015-03-09
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what I could say to my classmates that they might change next year, they just avoid their evil habits, hopefully next year we have to condominiums and restaurants and so on. I teachers, maam please be understand why are you becoming stricter, hostile to us because it is but also for improving the future or we live

ang masabi ko lang sa mga kaklase ko ay sana magbago na sila next year , iwasan na nila yung masasama nilang bisyo , sana next year meron na kaming mga kondominyum at restaurant at iba pa . Sa mga guro ko naman , maam naiintindihan po namin kayo kung bakit po kayo nagiging strikto , masungit sa amin dahil para din naman po ito sa ikagaganda ng kinabukasan o buhay namin

Last Update: 2015-03-02
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Pre-Primary education is an optional education for children between 3-5 years of age who are under the age of compulsory primary education. The purpose of this education is to ensure physical, mental and sensory development of children and the acquisition of good habits, to prepare children for primary education, to create a common atmosphere of growth for those living in inconvenient circumstances and to ensure that Turkish is spoken correct and well. Pre-school education is given in kindergartens, daycare homes, nursery classes in primary schools, and in private nurseries, all under the supervision of the Ministry. They are usually concentrated in larger towns and cities.

sapilitan

Last Update: 2015-02-19
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