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fisc

 (fĭsk)
n.
The treasury of a kingdom or state.

[French, from Latin fiscus, money basket, treasury.]

fisc

(fɪsk)
n
(Banking & Finance) rare a state or royal treasury
[C16: from Latin fiscus treasury, originally money-bag]

fisc

(fɪsk)

n.
a royal or state treasury; exchequer.
[1590–1600; < Middle French < Latin fiscus treasury, moneybag, literally, basket, bag]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fisc - a state treasury or exchequer or a royal treasury; originally the public treasury of Rome or the emperor's private purse
exchequer, treasury - the funds of a government or institution or individual
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Pourtant, le deal entre le fisc et les commercants stipule que ce dispositif ne pourra etre applique qu'a l'issue d'un accord avec les organisations professionnelles.
The crash did not affect ATM withdrawals or deposits at the specific banks of the cardholders but halted the transfer of funds between banks via ATMs and online banking services, said the FISC , which is the central operator of such services.
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Second, Congress did not envision a lawmaking role for FISC. Its decisions were not to serve as precedent, and FISC was not to offer lengthy legal analyses, crafting in the process, for instance, exceptions to the Fourth Amendment warrant requirement or defenses of wholesale surveillance programs.
The group blamed FISC for exceeding its statutory jurisdiction by ordering production of millions of domestic telephone records that could not have been relevant to any authorized investigation, Stuff.co.nz reports.
A: I'm not surprised by the FISC's decision, because the government's argument was crazy, and I think the FISC was right to reject it and to reject it quickly.
Such an advocate compounds the problems with the FISC, which is already a judicial intrusion on the executive that diffuses political accountability.
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