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CHARGER, Scotch law. He in whose favor a decree suspended is pronounced; vet a decree may be suspended before a charge is given on it. Ersk. Pr. L. Scot. 4, 3, 7.

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There was a loud bang and Bill found the charger had exploded and caught fire.
According to LG Innotek, the 15-watt wireless charger can be installed in automobiles as it has been developed under a strategic partnership with a major semiconductor manufacturer.
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The CHOETECH charger eliminates user concerns about the all too common electrical issues related to charging; even with its compact size, a short circuit protection feature enables safe charging.
Ms Johnson, 29, from Bradley Mills, said: "My phone rang so I took it off the charger and while I was on the phone it exploded.
Key features of the new charger controller include the following:
I now hope that, as a result of this study, the rest of the industry will now consider joining us in our campaign to take chargers out of the box for good.
Bob Charnley, of Sandwell Trading Standards, said a young boy died in a separate and unrelated incident last year after being electrocuted by an unsafe charger.
For 2012, the Dodge Charger line-up has been simplified to include SE, SXT and R/T models, which offer technology, performance and value-packed feature packages.
Nissan hopes to sell 5,000 units of the new quick charger by the end of March 2016.
However, media from across the EU reporting the standardization omit to mention that the idea for a common mobile phone charger originated in Bulgaria a few years ago, with former Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy (2001-2005) and his wife, Gergana Passy, former Bulgarian Minister of EU Affairs in the same Cabinet.
The charger also features a 'block and cable' design for maximum interchangeability, enabling consumers to use the same charger for future handsets.