accessorial

[ak-suh-sawr-ee-uhl, -sohr-]
adjective
accessory; supplementary.

Origin:
1720–30; accessory + -al1

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accessory (əkˈsɛsərɪ)
 
n , pl -ries
1.  a supplementary part or object, as of a car, appliance, etc
2.  (often plural) a small accompanying item of dress, esp of women's dress
3.  a person who incites someone to commit a crime or assists the perpetrator of a crime, either before or during its commission
 
adj
4.  supplementary; additional; subordinate
5.  assisting in or having knowledge of an act, esp a crime
 
[C17: from Late Latin accessōrius: see access]
 
accessorial
 
adj
 
ac'cessorily
 
adv
 
ac'cessoriness
 
n

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Accessorial charges means charges that are applied to the base tariff rate or base contract of carriage rate.
The owner-shipper must pay for accessorial services, such as special packing, crating and handling.
To see bills and actual accessorial charges, these may need to be requested from a prepayment auditor.
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