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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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The gun bullocks rolled their cuds, and answered both together: "The seventh yoke of the first gun of the Big Gun Battery.
I lead the battery when it comes to that sort of climbing.
Do you gentlemen of the screw-gun battery feel inclined to eat when you are being fired at with big guns, and Two Tails is behind you?
See here, you son of an imported Malaga jackass," he said between his teeth, "I'd have you know that I'm related on my mother's side to Carbine, winner of the Melbourne Cup, and where I come from we aren't accustomed to being ridden over roughshod by any parrot-mouthed, pig-headed mule in a pop-gun pea-shooter battery.
My battery captain called me a Pachydermatous Anachronism the other day.
Obey the man next to you who gives the order, or you'll stop all the battery, besides getting a thrashing.
The animals went in two by two, The elephant and the battery mul', and they all got into the Ark For to get out of the rain!
com/reports/c41279) has announced the addition of China Mobile Phone Battery Industry Report, 2005-2006 to their offering.
In anticipation of Altairnano's delivery of its first NanoSafe battery pack in September, this is the second of four planned news releases identifying features of Altairnano NanoSafe batteries that may prove advantageous in the power rechargeable battery market.
That's roughly 16 pounds heavier than a standard 6TMF battery and exceeds the single soldier lift/carry limitations.
To promote this kind of new battery lifestyle, SANYO developed a world first*1 rechargeable battery that can be used like a dry cell battery -'immediately after purchase'.
The BCI reports on its site that the average new lead-acid battery is composed of 60 percent to 80 percent recycled lead and plastic.