charging line

charging line

[′chär·jiŋ ‚līn]
(petroleum engineering)
A pipeline for transporting fresh charging stock of crude oil, gas, oil, and such to a still.
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The high-frequency ICL 1200 and 1500 chargers are the latest additions to Delta-Q's first lithium specific charging line and are offered in 85V and 120V models.
Comcast gives Xfinity customers the ability to add cellular service without charging line access fees on as many as five lines.
The Life Guards played a key role at the Battle of Waterloo as they formed the front charging line of the Household Brigade and staged a major assault against the French Cuirassiers which saved the British centre from being over-run.
The PowerPost EV charging line features patented retractable cord reel technology, low energy usage and EVSE compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act that can help airports be ADA compliant.
Shrapnel bullets rained down and high-explosive shells crashed into the charging line. Men fell at every pace: over a hundred of the battalion were killed or wounded.
I was not aware that they would keep charging line rental for the next year and the bill is now nearly pounds 200.
The Life Guards played a key role at the Battle of Waterloo as they formed the front charging line of the Household Brigade and staged a major assault against the French Cuirassiers (powerfully-built men on big horses) which saved the British centre from being over-run.