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- verb Present participle of
- noun countable An act or process of
charging(as of a battery).
- noun uncountable (
basketball) An offensive foulin which the player with the ball moves into a stationary defender.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In both of these cases mixing is performed to a certain extent by the shoveling, and in both the provision of the combination stock pile from which the men work involves labor which comes within the meaning of the term charging as we have used it here.
Wont save much on emissions as mains electricity with distribution and charging is only 30 % efficient; worse than a modern petrol engine.
Wall Street Journal to begin charging mobile readers ...
Adding a new socket on the iPhone just for charging is utterly pointless.
Where's the integrity in charging the State of Alaska for her family's travel expenses?
Just the same, an electric car that gets 155 miles before charging is a great idea.
How much are Bachmann and Palin charging the tea-baggers to attend this time?
I really felt I was justified in charging her with holding back.
Yesterday, the Justice Department “filed a civil suit against defense contractor Kellogg Brown & Root Inc., alleging that the firm provided false statements in charging the government for the unauthorized use of private security guards in Iraq.”
No, they're most likely doing it totally POD, one at a time, which means the near $10 they are charging is probably netting them around $40.00 - enough to pay what they are paying the authors, and cover overhead cost of running a site, hosting fees, etc.