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Noun(1) a levy of one tenth of something(2) an offering of a tenth part of some personal income
Verb(1) exact a tithe from(2) levy a tithe on (produce or a crop(3) pay one tenth of; pay tithes on, especially to the church(4) pay a tenth of one's income, especially to the church
(1) For another, they may have outgoing living costs of 80% of their income, in which case a tithe means something different.(2) Our taxes took over from institutions like the daan (among Buddhists) and the tithe (among Catholics), this so that it was not left to the wiles of individuals to create social justice.(3) They retained only one direct tax, the tithe on agricultural produce (decima).(4) Lebanese Muslims are required to give 2.5 percent of their income, a tithe called zakkat to the needy within the community.(5) he hadn't said a tithe of the prayers he knew(6) We will make council together of how our finest produce is being sullied by vile competitors in the dark eastern lands who take it onto themselves and, through craft and cunning, recreate it at a tithe of the cost.(7) We paid a tithe (a tenth of our monthly wages) to the church.(8) The recipient then paid a tithe of $20 to the church based on our benevolence payment.(9) So instead of having to levy an extra tithe of his income, Jones will get to pocket the scratch.(10) Today, when new music streams from the press in such floods that nobody has time to take in more than a tithe of it, a composer so versatile and prolific as Stanford is apt to suffer from those very qualities.(11) The artist has signed papers which mean a tenth of his income - known as a tithe - is paid to Sandyford Memorial Church in Glasgow, which he joined in February.(12) In recent years, Trinity has encouraged members to tithe .(13) The church received a tithe of that amount - something the church board members had never experienced before.(14) Yes, there's the common clichÔö£┬« about the Catholic church and bingo, for example, but that money's going to the church, so it's more like a tithe .(15) Will words about peace, love and brotherhood, and also of course about paying your tithe to the church on a regular basis, make any difference to a bunch of steroid-crazed palookas (if this is indeed what they are)?(16) Your ├ö├ç├┐glad giving├ö├ç├û does not have to be the Christian tithe of 10%, that is an outdated concept associated with a hierarchy struggling to maintain power.
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Different Formstithe, tithed, tithes, tithing
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