traveling charge

traveling charge

[′trav·əl·iŋ ′chärj]
(ordnance)
A propelling charge which travels along the bore with the projectile as burning takes place. Also known as Langweiler charge.
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The traveling charge respite, originally spurred by the recent evacuations for Hurricane Gustav, will become a turn-key policy at Boost Mobile for all regional disaster relief efforts going forward.
By adding the profit of van owner, total traveling charges would be around 600 rupees for each patient.
The new findings indicate that this sluggish rate stems from a ball-and-chain effect: Traveling charges distort the organic materials' malleable crystal lattices and then have to drag around those distortions.
Boost Mobile, a division of Sprint Corporation (NYSE: S), today announced the company will suspend traveling charges for Boost customers in Louisiana and Texas in an effort to ease the transition for those displaced by Hurricane Gustav.