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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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These batteries are in the process of being added to the M1A1 and M1A2 SEP TMs as an acceptable alternate to 6TMF batteries.
TSE: 6764; NASDAQ: SANYY), the world leader in rechargeable batteries, announced a new next-generation nickel metal hydride battery 'eneloop' to be sold from November 14, 2005.
More than 97 percent of lead-acid batteries are recycled, according to the Web site of the Chicago-based Battery Council International (BCI).
SANTA CLARITA - Residents are encouraged to recycle old vehicle batteries during the Automobile Club of Southern California's Great Battery Roundup, today through April 24.
Without batteries, more than 500,000 Americans would not have woken up on time this morning.
The worldwide market for batteries in 2001 was estimated at $37.
Alkaline batteries, so the TV ads claim, keep on "going, and going, and going.
com/reports/c50695) has announced the addition of "Nanotechnology: Micro Generation Of Energy Stored in Thin Film Batteries World Energy Market Shifts, Forecasts, and Strategies, 2007-2013" to their offering.
Ignoring the batteries in your tank is bad business, crewmen.
Ever since Congress enacted the Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act in 1996, the recycling of rechargeable batteries has increased.
A new generation of batteries that could run that pink bunny ragged may be on the horizon: They last 50 percent longer than today's batteries, thanks to a super-iron component that promises to be easy and affordable to manufacture.
Better rechargeables and new alkaline [traditional] batteries with virtually no mercury will save landfill space and address environmental concerns,' predicts Duracell's James Donahue.