true charge

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Away to your lodgings, and come not nigh the prince until the armorer hath placed the true charge upon your shield.
Sir James got a good deal - if the school had pursued the late fee 65 years on, the true charge should have been PS2,847.
Thus the entirely true charge that Romney wants to slash historically low tax rates on the rich even further dovetails perfectly with his own record of extraordinary tax avoidance - so extraordinary that he's evidently afraid to let voters see his tax returns from before 2010.
Given I reckon a true charge per dog per day should be pounds 10.
The Finest (a horse named Gallant-Stallion) is assigned to the boy, but finds that his true charge is the girl, who had suffered in the forest and understands the language of horses.
The original microparticle chemistry relied on a true charge neutralization effect and resulted in the benefits associated with increased retention, drainage and drying.
From the start, its true charge was shielded from the public.
Outfitting includes a Northern Lights 8 kW diesel generator, True Charge multistage battery charger, davit with 12 V winch, microwave, fresh water system, head, and a diesel cabin heater.
LEMBIT OPIK, Liberal Democrat MP for Montgomeryshire, stressed that only those in true charge of the facts about the success of the bombing were in a position to comment on its continuation.
50 euros for pounds 200 on a FairFx Travel card - no commission rate quoted - which equals a true charge of 0.
I'd say the true charge should be something like pounds 12 a day, probably more.