(1) do athletes overtax their hearts?(2) But all of them either overtax the processing power of the servers at the gambling sites or jam up pipelines.(3) I note that you mercifully didn't choose to overtax our abilities by describing this power rating as ├ö├ç├┐four 50-watt domestic lightbulbs├ö├ç├û.(4) But the Government still refuses to do that for the income tax rate itself, and therefore continues to overtax New Zealanders - and to overtax them progressively more as each year goes by.(5) From day five to day 25, the software system triggered the lights to go off for nine hours a day, giving us plenty of time to keep eating but not so much that we would overtax our hearts or bones.(6) By definition, disasters are life-threatening events that can overtax the ability of people to respond.(7) For this purpose disasters can be defined as external events that seriously overtax the ability of individuals and their communities to respond with the resources available.(8) Although rare in the general population, patients who somatise seem to represent a sizable population in general medical clinics, and they probably overuse and overtax the healthcare system.(9) There is a theory in Economics called the Philips curve, which states that, if you overtax a nation beyond a certain point, the actual tax revenue will decline, as taxpayers will build up a resistance and compliance will decline rapidly.(10) We increased compression of the data to make it small enough so we didn't overtax the processor.(11) The main objection is that Ireland's motorists are already grossly overtaxed due to the presence of vehicle registration tax.(12) Also, when immune cells are overtaxed , it may take less exercise than average to depress immune function.(13) If you're too breathless to form complete sentences, you're exercising too hard and overtaxing your heart.(14) The National Party keeps saying that this country is overtaxed and we need to slash tax rates to try to get more people to move to New Zealand while, at the same time, with every piece of Government expenditure they see, they want to spend more.(15) This Government is overtaxing New Zealanders specifically to have a bucket of money so that it can socially engineer what it hands back.(16) When we look at the legislation, which reaffirms the income tax rate for individuals, trusts, and companies, we want to ask not only why New Zealanders are overtaxed but where that tax money has gone.
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