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You will have to pay a small admission charge.
There is a charge of £50 if you are over a week late with your payment.
There is no charge for using the library.
The organization provides a range of services free of charge.
Breakfast may be served in your bedroom at no extra charge.
They faced charges of conspiracy and murder.
The investigation resulted in criminal charges against three police officers.
In the end we decided not to press charges.
She was accused of shoplifting but the police later dropped the charges.
He was questioned for six hours but released without charge.
How do you respond to these charges of racism?
The leadership rejected charges that it was insensitive to the plight of the unemployed.
Captain Walker led a charge straight into an enemy stronghold.
She didn’t like it when her young charges started crying.
The issue still carries a charge in American politics.
a real-life tragedy that gave the film a serious emotional charge