In the same year began his system of “hotel-coupons,” providing accommodation at a fixed charge.
There's the fixed charge for manicuring in the first place and then there's the tip.
You will trim your expenses a little closer, and your business will thus benefit by having this fixed charge.
The Government gives an annual subsidy, and then claims the right to the vessel at a fixed charge in case of emergency.
By a later decree, this pension is declared a fixed charge against the salary of the chief pilot and his successors.
The old saeter-woman made no fixed charge, and appeared not to want to take any money.
To it all the occupiers of his land must bring their grain and pay a fixed charge for its grinding.
It was indeed a blanket rate, like the fixed charge of two cents for postage.
On payment of a fixed charge, any member should be able to hear just as much of the piece or Opera as he might require.
When you came to pay the servants, how would you like it if each of the men and maids had a fixed charge?