revenuer


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rev·e·nu·er

 (rĕv′ə-no͞o′ər, -nyo͞o′-)
n. Informal
A government agent in charge of collecting revenue, especially one responsible for halting the unlawful distilling or bootlegging of alcohol.

revenuer

(ˈrɛvɪˌnjuːə)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) slang US a revenue officer or cutter
2. (Nautical Terms) slang US a revenue officer or cutter

rev•e•nu•er

(ˈrɛv ənˌyu ər, -əˌnu-)

n.
an agent of the U.S. Treasury Department, esp. one responsible for enforcing laws against illegal distilling or bootlegging of alcohol.
[1875–80, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.revenuer - a government agent responsible for collecting revenue (especially one responsible for stopping bootlegging)
government agent - a representative or official of a government or administrative department of a government
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On the basis of this way, first rural districts of the township divided on the basis of criterion of canola-planter revenuer number in two section (Markazi and Firooz Abad section).
If they did, it would be home brewer meets revenuer, just like down in the holler).
He added that more development funds would be utilized if higher revenue is collected by the Federal Board of Revenuer (FBR).
The assumption, then, is that the budget imbalance of the government in question is eliminated by a change in tax revenuer.
We are conditioned to believe that we do not want the revenuer or the specter of death to come to our door.
On the basis of this way, first rural distinct of the township settled in two below category on the basis of canolaplanter revenuer number criterion.
That's when the officious middle-aged lawyer from Washington appeared, like a federal revenuer who had just discovered a still making moonshine.
In the fourth quarter, our systems sales were up 68 percent, reflecting the higher unit sales experienced during the year combined with higher revenuer per sale.
This has a direct impact on the companies' revenues where they realized marginal revenuers of 53 percent of their sales where QCC had the highest rate of revenues of 63 percent while the NBCC had the lowest rate of revenues at 36 percent, the report said.
I expect the revenuers to show up any time like they did for my Uncle Dillon in 1926.
HUNTING The relatively small Apalachicola Bradwell Unit management area (1,420 acres) in Liberty County has a colorful history of moon shining and revenuers from the previous owner.
Johnson's incredible driving skills enabled him to stay two steps ahead of the revenuers.