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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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In addition to AA batteries, the venerable BA-5590 has a more powerful replacement in the BA-5390A/U (NSN 613501-517-6060).
Operating expenses increase because batteries with low capacities mean shorter truck run time and more trips to the battery room.
Specifically, this paper studies lithium-ion batteries according to their characteristics.
With more mobile gadgets relying on rechargeable cells, there are fewer applications for traditional batteries, and sales in the category are falling.
COMMO BATTERIES PUT POWER RIGHT IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND.
MUSCAT: Indigenously manufactured in Oman and catering to the needs of the ever growing quality conscious consumer, Antara Gold batteries from Reem Batteries & Power Appliances are an ideal solution to the battery needs of modern day cars.
Without batteries, we wouldn't have cell phones, MP3 players or really portable laptops.
NOW, WE'RE NOT SAYING IT'S time for home improvement retailers to drop everything and carve out valuable real estate for an extensive display of cell phones or PS3s, but odds are you're already stocking one product that could help you take advantage of the electronics trend: batteries.
The number of portable electronic devices powered by batteries is proliferating.
The nation's largest automobile service and leisure travel organization is also taking a leading role in recycling car batteries to prevent lead from entering landfills and the environment.
About 100,000 lithium-ion batteries used in Hewlett-Packard, Toshiba and Dell notebook computers are part of the recall.
As a result significant cost savings can be made over the lifetime of both batteries and chargers.