zone charge


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zone charge

[′zōn ‚chärj]
(ordnance)
The number of increments of propellant in a propellant charge of semifixed rounds, corresponding to the intended zone of fire; for example, zone charge five consists of five increments of propellant.
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Plans for a Clean Air Zone charge for high polluting commercial lorries, vans and buses are already in the pipeline.
Plans for a clean air zone charge for high polluting lorries, vans and buses are already in the pipeline.
Malaysia Airlines alters the RM value of the valid zone charge into the local currency of payment at the time of check-in for returning home from overseas.
Prosecutors already have discretion whether to press the drug-free zone charge.
KEN Livingstone hammered 4x4 drivers with a pounds 25 congestion zone charge yesterday and declared: "Polluters must pay.
In second zone charge components are in the form of quasi-homogeneous alloy in liquid state.
IT is inevitable that Birmingham will introduce a city centre clean air zone charge targeting high polluting vehicles within the next couple of years.
As London planned an extra pounds 25-a-day congestion zone charge for the 4x4s, other cities were considering similar clam-pdowns.
The council is introducing a clean air zone charge for heavy polluting commercial vehicles entering the city centre.
The council is introducing a clean air zone charge for heavy polluting commercial vehicles entering the city centre, but Mr Street believes that if air quality does not improve this should be extended to private cars.