full charge

full charge

The larger of the two propelling charges available for naval guns.
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It was only when I came into full charge of the magazine that I began to share these labors with others, and I continued them in some measure as long as I had any relation to it.
As he was quite too short to do anything in the way of grooming Ginger and me, James taught him upon Merrylegs, for he was to have full charge of him, under John.
His mount was walking sedately when I first perceived them, but the instant that the red man's eyes fell upon us a word to the thoat brought the animal at full charge down upon us.
Yet he goes off for a fortnight's leave, and puts my boy in full charge, with all that immense business in his hands, and a freehand to do what he likes with it.
The lion had no sooner entered the tunnel than he backed immediately out again and, pivoting like a flash, was off across the gulch in full charge after the flying ape-man; but Tarzan's lead was too great--if he could find finger or foothold upon the sheer wall he would be safe; but should he slip from the wet rocks his doom was already sealed as he would fall directly into Numa's clutches where even the Great Tarmangani would be helpless.
Simultaneously the creature shot into the moonlight in full charge upon her, its tail erect, its tiny ears laid flat, its great mouth with its multiple rows of sharp and powerful fangs already yawning for its prey, its ten legs carrying it forward in great leaps, and now from the beast's throat issued the frightful roar with which it seeks to paralyze its prey.
But at the same instant, as though sensing my intention, the great creature lifted its head and leaped forward in full charge.
For a dozen paces their great steeds trotted slowly toward one another but presently the knights urged them into full gallop, and when the two iron men on their iron trapped chargers came together in the center of the glade it was with all the terrific impact of full charge.
It is quite deplorable that whenever university tuition fees are discussed by politicians, no mention is ever made that in the UK, it is solely the English who are expected pay the full charge without any kind of subsidy.
The Speed's 36 volt battery lasts for 700 full charge cycles and gives the electric bicycle a range of 70 kilometres along with a top speed of 45 kilometres per hour.
The changes are the first to be effected by the CS since he took the full charge of the Interior docket.
It has a stated range of 280km per full charge and boasts a high efficiency of 11.