por coeficiente

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I pay my urbanisation fees " por coeficiente".¿ Does this means that my voting rights carry the same percentage'

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updated SEP 1, 2008
posted by steve6

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samdie said:

Eddy said:

samdie said:

Eddy said:

The vagaries of local council's here in England are many and varied. I doubt, however, that any form of mathematical equation enters the realm of our voting rights or yours where you reside, which I take is America by your term "urbanisation fees".

Not ruddy likely, mate!

Very well put. 4 words where I have taken 43.

I´m not sure that I had noticed before that you lived in England. In the future, I´ll have to be more careful when I make references to distinctions about British vs American usage. It is of course wonderful to have so many people representing so many different perspectives on language usage, all coming to one place.Unfortunately, our little exchange is in no way helpful to the original poster. I wonder where he saw the phrase to which he is referring. He doesn´t indicate a nationality in his profile and "living by the sea" doesn't narrow it down very much!

I may be wrong but I think it was a rhetorical question.

updated SEP 1, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Eddy said:

samdie said:

Eddy said:

The vagaries of local council's here in England are many and varied. I doubt, however, that any form of mathematical equation enters the realm of our voting rights or yours where you reside, which I take is America by your term "urbanisation fees".

Not ruddy likely, mate!

Very well put. 4 words where I have taken 43.


I´m not sure that I had noticed before that you lived in England. In the future, I´ll have to be more careful when I make references to distinctions about British vs American usage. It is of course wonderful to have so many people representing so many different perspectives on language usage, all coming to one place.

Unfortunately, our little exchange is in no way helpful to the original poster. I wonder where he saw the phrase to which he is referring. He doesn´t indicate a nationality in his profile and "living by the sea" doesn't narrow it down very much!

updated SEP 1, 2008
posted by samdie
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samdie said:

Eddy said:

The vagaries of local council's here in England are many and varied. I doubt, however, that any form of mathematical equation enters the realm of our voting rights or yours where you reside, which I take is America by your term "urbanisation fees".

Not ruddy likely, mate!

Very well put. 4 words where I have taken 43.

updated SEP 1, 2008
posted by Eddy
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Eddy said:

The vagaries of local council's here in England are many and varied. I doubt, however, that any form of mathematical equation enters the realm of our voting rights or yours where you reside, which I take is America by your term "urbanisation fees".


Not ruddy likely, mate!

updated SEP 1, 2008
posted by samdie
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The vagaries of local council's here in England are many and varied. I doubt, however, that any form of mathematical equation enters the realm of our voting rights or yours where you reside, which I take is America by your term "urbanisation fees".

updated SEP 1, 2008
posted by Eddy