Last year, just after performing at a football game in November, Champion collapsed on the school's chartered bus.
A helicopter MTV chartered to skim the Florentine rooftops annoyed residents, who called the police to complain.
As for Snyderman and her three colleagues, whose names were also withheld, they will be flown home on a chartered aircraft.
It would also mean logging one heck of a lot more miles on that chartered plane, and probably larger staffs.
The TVA, a federally owned and chartered electric power provider, is a New Deal legacy just like Social Security.
Yes, and on a chartered smack at that—shack-fishing on shares!
In 1874 three new companies were chartered and railroad building was resumed.
The vessel was of 800 tons burthen, and was chartered at 6000 dollars for the voyage.
This general law, however, did not apply to chartered cities.
During the last twenty years of the 19th century there was a great revival of the system of chartered companies in Great Britain.
c.1200, from Old French chartre (12c.) "charter, letter, document, covenant," from Latin chartula, literally "little paper," diminutive of charta, carta "paper, document" (see chart (n.)).
early 15c., "provide with a charter," from charter (n.). Meaning "to hire" is attested from 1806. Related: Chartered; chartering.