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taxor

(ˈtæksɔː)
n
a less common spelling of taxer
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Taxor Diagnostics, LLC, The Johns Hopkins University, Todos Medical, Trinity College Dublin, University of Alberta, University of California, San Diego, University of Chicago, University of Colorado, University of Maryland, Baltimore, University of Nebraska, University of Oxford, University of South Florida, University of Wisconsin Madison, US Biomarkers, Inc.
The Enterprise Marketplace cloud offering comprises among other things additional IS solutions (with the Linux and Windows Server operating systems), Platform as a Service (including Tomcat, Microsoft SQL Server among others) and a steadily increasing number of Software-as-a-Service offerings (including Doculife, CA Nimsoft, TAXOR, TIS, WeSustain, Metasonic, ARAS, Tibco Tibbr, Sugar CRM, Microsoft Enterprise Search and Microsoft Lync among others).
He served the office of taxor (14) of the university in 1591, and four years later he was created MD.
Being socialists, they do not, I suppose, understand that a tax is where the government takes the peoples' money to spend itself and whether it is called income taxor student tuition fees, it still amounts to the same thing - less money for the man in the street and more revenue for this Labour Government.
Taxor, Roy Higginbotham, Licensing Coordinator, 800-282-8332, licensing@taxor.