cess

tax, rates

Cess

Cess is a tax. It was the official term used in Ireland when it was part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, but has been superseded by `rate`. The term was formerly particularly applied to local taxation.{cn|date=June 2013} In colonial India it was applied, with a qualifying prefix, to any taxation, such as irrigation-cess, educ.....
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Cess

The area either side of the railway immediately off the ballast shoulder. This usually provides a safe area for workers to stand when trains approach.
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Cess

• (n.) Bound; measure. • (v. i.) To cease; to neglect. • (n.) A rate or tax. • (v. t.) To rate; to tax; to assess.
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Cess

Cess intransitive verb [ French cesser . See Cease .] To cease; to neglect. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Cess

Cess noun [ For sess , conts. from Assess .] 1. A rate or tax. [ Obsolete or Prof. Eng. & Scot.] Spenser. 2. Bound; measure. [ Obsolete] « The poor jade is wrung in the withers out of all cess . Shak. »
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Cess

Cess transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cessed ; present participle & verbal noun Cessing .] To rate; to tax; to assess. Spenser.
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cess

a set yearly payment to the Exchequer, like a farm, from the person responsible for collecting fines (other than for assarts) for one or more forests: anciently 'sess' as in 'assessment' (OED)
Found on http://info.sjc.ox.ac.uk/forests/glossary.htm

cess

a set yearly payment to the Exchequer, like a farm, from the person responsible for collecting fines (other than for assarts) for one or more forests: anciently 'sess' as in 'assessment' (OED)
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Cess

Cess is another name for sewage. Before mains drainage cess was often put in pits called cesspits or spread on fields.
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Cess

Cess is Irish slang for luck.
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Cess

shallow drainage ditch beside the running lines
Found on http://www.scot-rail.co.uk/page/Glossary

Cess

The area either side of the railway immediately off the ballast shoulder. This usually provides a safe area for workers to stand when trains approach.
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Cess

The space alongside the railway between the ballast and a cable run or other boundary.
Found on http://www.trainweb.org/tubeprune/dictionary.htm
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