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  • 161Stamp seal — The stamp seal and the cylinder seal are stone type seals, first made in the 4th millennium B.C. and probably earlier. They were made of a hard material (usually stone), and used to impress their markings (picture, inscription, etc.) into… …

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  • 162stamp duty — Applies mainly to international equities. Taxes on foreign transactions, usually a percentage of total transaction amount, that can be unilateral or bilateral in nature. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary A tax levied on the purchaser of securities… …

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  • 163Stamp, Edward — 1928 1986 A British born accounting academic. A naturalized Canadian, Professor Stamp taught at universities in New Zealand, Scotland, and England. A reformist by nature, one commentator has written that Stamp is remembered less for the… …

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  • 164stamp duty — n [U] (BrE) a tax that requires you to pay for a document to receive an official stamp in order to make it valid. In the past, stamp duty was paid on documents used to transfer houses and flats/apartments from one person to another. In December… …

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  • 165stamp duty — A UK tax collected by stamping the legal documents giving effect to specific transactions. Stamp duty was formerly levied on a wide range of instruments. However, the only transactions that now give rise to stamp duty proper are those in which… …

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  • 166stamp collecting — UK [ˈstæmp kəˌlektɪŋ] / US noun [uncountable] the activity of collecting postage stamps from different countries and keeping them in a book called a stamp album Derived word: stamp collector noun countable Word forms stamp collector : singular… …

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  • 167Stamp Act — noun an act passed by the British Parliament in 1756 that raised revenue from the American Colonies by a duty in the form of a stamp required on all newspapers and legal or commercial documents; opposition by the Colonies resulted in the repeal… …

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  • 168stamp tax — noun a tax collected by requiring a stamp to be purchased and attached (usually on documents or publications) • Syn: ↑stamp duty • Hypernyms: ↑tax, ↑taxation, ↑revenue enhancement * * * noun : a tax or duty collected by means of stamps required… …

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  • 169Stamp Tax — Wechselsteuermarke 1927 Wechselsteuermarke 1938 Als Stempelsteuern (auch Stempeltaxe oder Urkundensteuer; engl. stamp duty oder stamp tax) bezeichnet man …

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  • 170Stamp duty — Wechselsteuermarke 1927 Wechselsteuermarke 1938 Als Stempelsteuern (auch Stempeltaxe oder Urkundensteuer; engl. stamp duty oder stamp tax) bezeichnet man …

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  • 171Stamp Duty — The tax placed on legal documents usually in the transfer of assets or property. This duty is customary in the Commonwealth of Nation countries including Singapore and Australia and certain states in the United States. Where enforced, this tax is …

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  • 172stamp mill — noun a mill in which ore is crushed with stamps • Syn: ↑stamping mill • Hypernyms: ↑factory, ↑mill, ↑manufacturing plant, ↑manufactory • Hyponyms: ↑battery, ↑ …

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  • 173stamp book — noun : a book of or for stamps: as a. : stamp booklet b. : a collector s book for mounting stamps : a stamp album c. : a book in which savings stamps are affixed until they are redeemed or deposited * * * stamp book, a book in which to c …

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  • 174Stamp Day for Superman — Infobox Film name = Stamp Day for Superman caption = director = Thomas Carr (director) producer = Whitney Ellsworth writer = starring = George Reeves Noel Neill music = cinematography = Harold E. Stine editing = Harry W. Gerstad distributor = U.S …

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  • 175Stamp Act — Der Stamp Act (deutsch: „Stempelgesetz“, „Stempelsteuergesetz“, „Stempelakte“ oder auch „Steuermarkengesetz“) war ein Gesetz zum Erlass einer Stempelsteuer, das am 22. März 1765 durch das britische Parlament verabschiedet und ab November 1765… …

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  • 176stamp out — PHRASAL VERB If you stamp something out, you put an end to it. [V n P] Dr Muffett stressed that he was opposed to bullying in schools and that action would be taken to stamp it out. [V n P] ...on the spot fines to stamp the problems out. [Also V… …

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  • 177stamp out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms stamp out : present tense I/you/we/they stamp out he/she/it stamps out present participle stamping out past tense stamped out past participle stamped out 1) to end something bad or unpleasant by taking strong… …

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  • 178stamp duties — In old English law, duties imposed upon and raised from stamps upon parchment and paper, and forming a branch of the perpetual revenue of the kingdom. 1 Bl.Comm. 323. See also documentary stamp revenue stamps stamp stamp tax …

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  • 179stamp album — noun an album for stamps • Hypernyms: ↑album * * * stamp album noun A book for keeping a collection of postage stamps in • • • Main Entry: ↑stamp * * * stamp album, a blank book or album used by collectors for the classification and display of… …

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  • 180stamp tax — noun Date: 1764 a tax collected by means of a stamp purchased and affixed (as to a deck of playing cards); specifically such a tax on a document (as a deed or promissory note) called also stamp duty …

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