Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Entry: impost (n.)

In context: "...before O.N.A.N.ite experialist impost made any sort of struggle or sacrifice remotely necessary..."

Definition: A tax, duty, imposition, tribute; spec. a customs-duty levied on merchandise. Now chiefly Hist.


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Page: 482

Source: Oxford English Dictionary   

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