charge establishment

charge establishment

[′chärj i′stab·lish·mənt]
(ordnance)
Process of establishing the correct weight of a propelling charge to produce the prescribed muzzle velocity with the prescribed projectile in a particular weapon; performed at a proving ground.
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Home Office consultations end today on proposals to give licensing authorities in England and Wales the ability to charge establishments that open after midnight so they contribute to the costs of keeping their areas safe and clean.
The Home Office has been consulting on proposals to give licensing authorities in England and Wales the ability to charge establishments that open after midnight.