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specific charge

n
(General Physics) physics the charge-to-mass ratio of an elementary particle
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We asked the commanding officer to mention the specific charge but he just said indiscipline,' he said.
He will have to explain this specific charge leaving aside other allegations which may come up after this case.
The Bill also repeals a provision of the Armed Forces Discipline Act 1971 that places the onus of proof for defence of a specific charge on to the accused.
are detained with no specific charge or conviction on the basis of what they
A specific charge of stalking was meant to bring a higher conviction rate than the previous catch-all charge of breach of the peace.
But on the third day of the hearing barrister Gillian Batts, for Harris, asked for one of the allegations to be put again to her client and yesterday morning Harris pleaded guilty to a specific charge of indecent assault.
The theft of charity bags is now so common it is listed as a specific charge on the Crown Prosecutions Services data base.
In this role Hutton will have specific charge of developing strategies to align with its ambition to double the international business.
Regisa[euro](tm) net investment in the French business reached EUR92m before the specific charge, it said.
Witt said: "At the moment each hotel has a green team, which are groups of employees that have a very specific charge to really get their hotel's environmental goals and objectives implemented.
According to FNA dispatches, the security forces raided the house of the FNA correspondent on Thursday night and arrested him without any specific charge.
In an unusually specific charge, Iran accused the United States of trying to foment strife between it and Saudi Arabia by revealing (or allegedly fabricating) an Iranian plot against the Saudi ambassador's life.
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