“These two charges so drawn towards each other will, so to speak, bind each other, and they are referred to as _bound charges_.”
“And further, as Captain Hawkins 'testimony was necessary in two of the charges, the King, _on those charges_, was the prosecutor.”
“Around € 1.5 billion in charges is related to the revaluation of assets — such as power plants — acquired from Italy's Enel Spa and Spain's Acciona SA and Endesa SA in 2008.”
“The character's incessant attempts to force food (or more often tea) on her charges is a running joke throughout the series.”
“In another show of military display, Saddam met with 30 top army commanders in a televised broadcast in which he called charges that Iraq has been keeping weapons of mass destruction quote "a great lie.”
“If we like to think of the electrons as being merely what I call their charges, then the charges act at a distance.”
“Appear promptly at the palace at ten o'clock to answer to the followin 'charges, to wit: breach of the peace; seditious and treasonable utterance; violent assault on the chief magistrate with intent to cut, wound, maim, an' bruise; breach of quarantine; violation of harbour regulations; and gross breakage of custom house rules.”
“Somewhere in all those charges is a teesie weesie one that is true!”
“The new offering, which requires a one-time payment to reserve compute capacity and lowers hourly charges, is targeted at larger enterprise customers.”
“Now before we return to Chicago and the crack-up, I think I should answer certain charges Buckley has made about my work.”
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