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Battery

The use of excessive physical force against another person. If no injury results from battery, it is a tort; Otherwise, it is a crime.
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A new rechargeable battery and charger will soon be fielded for use in training, but is not yet in the supply system.
According to the statistics of the National Bureau of Statistics, Customs General Administration of China, and China Machinery Industry Federation (CMIF), this report summarizes the situations of the world and China's battery industry of 2004, analyzes the market structure of battery products and characteristics of the supply and demand.
When active materials at either electrode are used up, the battery dies.
GNB Battery Technologies manufactured the 24 lead-acid batteries under the hood of the Boston-based Solectria Corporation's electric Chevy S-10 pickup that is setting out to prove that EVs can be used for long distance travel.
However, in facing with more powerful 3G mobile phones, battery capacity is obviously insufficient.
Temperatures in battery storage and maintenance facilities must not exceed 130[degrees]F.
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Don't depend entirely on the low battery indicator light, though.
It is estimated that one HYBRID battery can replace up to 1,500 alkaline batteries, giving consumers the ability to save thousands of dollars and keeping unnecessary waste out of landfills.
This BA 8180/U is a 12/24 Volt, 800 watt hour, 56Ah primary (non-rechargeable) zinc-air battery pack.