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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Let's prevent people from coming to town by car by introducing the Clean Air Zone charge. Let's charge extortionate parking charges for those who do venture in and allow landlords to charge excessive business rates.
Hundreds of existing black cabs stand to be hit by the daily PS8 Clean Air Zone charge from January 2020, with drivers arguing their livelihoods are at risk.
The new Ultra Low Emission Zone charge may soon cost some cars PS12.50 a day on top of the PS11.50 congestion charge fee to drive into central London.
Responding to a question from Lib Dem councillor Philip Hall on whether a clean air zone charge would be a positive or negative, the cabinet member for air quality and transport said: "We are under a directive from Defra and there is a huge amount of work going on at the moment.
ow orid But in tackling pollution he has been warned not to follow the example of sister authorities in Manchester and Leeds by introducing a clean air zone charge.
Residents living in or near the congestion zone charge can get discounts of 90 per cent and cars which emit 75g/km of carbon dioxide or less can avoid the charge altogether.
The park zone charge, therefore, must be dismissed.
Prosecutors already have discretion whether to press the drug-free zone charge. Law enforcement officials say it's been a useful tool they can reach for when circumstances are appropriate.
In second zone charge components are in the form of quasi-homogeneous alloy in liquid state.