- tax gallon,a standard United States gallon of 231 cubic inches capacity which contains 50 per cent by volume of ethyl alcohol.
Useful english dictionary. 2012.
Look at other dictionaries:
gallon — gal‧lon [ˈgælən] noun [countable] 1. a unit for measuring liquids, equal to 4.5435 litres: • A price increase of 2p on a litre of petrol is equal to a rise of more than 9p a gallon. • a 12.6 million gallon cargo of industrial oil 2. a unit for… … Financial and business terms
Tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy … Wikipedia
Tax incidence — In economics, tax incidence is the analysis of the effect of a particular tax on the distribution of economic welfare. Tax incidence is said to fall upon the group that, at the end of the day, bears the burden of the tax. The key concept is that… … Wikipedia
gallon — [[t]gæ̱lən[/t]] gallons N COUNT: oft N of n A gallon is a unit of measurement for liquids that is equal to eight pints. In Britain, it is equal to 4.564 litres. In America, it is equal to 3.785 litres. ...80 million gallons of water a day. ...a… … English dictionary
Gallon — This interesting and unusual surname, is found widespread in Northumberland, derives from the Germanic personal name Gal(on) , which was introduced into England by the Normans. This personal name was originally composed of two distinct names… … Surnames reference
History of tax resistance — Tax resistance has probably existed as long as those in a position of power have imposed taxes. This page describes briefly some notable historical examples of tax resistance.Jewish Zealots, 1st century A.D.In the first century A.D., Jewish… … Wikipedia
Fuel tax — Taxation An aspect of fiscal policy … Wikipedia
Carbon tax — Part of a series on Green economics Concepts … Wikipedia
Gas tax holiday — In United States politics, the gas tax holiday or the gas tax loophole is a proposal made by presidential contenders Arizona Senator John McCain and New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton to suspend the federal excise tax on gasoline from… … Wikipedia
Energy Tax Act — The Energy Tax Act (USPL|95|618, USStat|92|3174, enacted November 91978) is a law passed by the U.S. Congress as part of the National Energy Act. It was a response to three developments::1. large revenue losses associated with the oil and gas tax … Wikipedia