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The installation of similar or identical units of equipment in a group, such as a separator battery, header battery, filter battery or tank battery.
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1530s, "action of battering," from Middle French batterie, from Old French baterie (12c.) "beating, thrashing, assault," from batre "beat," from Latin battuere "beat [..]
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Two or more electrical cells joined together which produce and store electricity.
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device containing one or more electric cells which store chemical energy that can be converted into electrical power.
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Collection of voltaic cells that convert chemical energy into direct current (DC) electricity
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A crime consisting of physical contact that is intended to harm someone. Unintentional harmful contact is not battery, no matter how careless the behavior or how severe the injury. A fist fight is a c [..]
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group of guns or missile launchers operated together at one place a device that produces electricity; may have several primary or secondary cells arranged in parallel or series a collection of related [..]
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The purpose of the battery (or batteries) differs between electric motors and gas or diesel engines.
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a container for storing electricity
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A group of six guns or howitzers.
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an artillery unit equivalent to a company. Six105mm or 155mm howitzers or two 8-inch or 175mm self-propelled howitzers
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A structure heavily fortified with guns and men; also refers to a unit of artillery pieces and the men who fired them.
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A company-sized sub-unit of artillery, whose major equipment was usually eight artillery pieces. The most common artillery weapon was the 25-pounder, which fired an explosive 11-kilogram shell to a range of about 10 kilometres. Two or more batteries made up an artillery regiment. Canadian War Museum
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The basic unit of artillery in the Federal and Confederate armies. Each battery consisted of from four to six guns.
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Company-sized artillery unit. Line batteries were assigned four howitzers or rifles and about 150 Marines. Headquarters batteries contained maintenance, clerical, personnel, medical and signal units. [..]
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Group of cannon, usually six or eight
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a tactical unit of artillery
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baterye
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The condition where the breech of the action is in proper position for firing.
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Heart, circulatory system
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[Old French batterie beating, from battre to beat, from Latin battuere] : the crime or tort of intentionally or recklessly causing offensive physical contact or bodily harm (as by striking or by ...
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A group of electrical cells that provide dc voltage.
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Locomotives and carriages are nowadays invariably fitted with large, heavy-duty batteries to provide start up and emergency power. Batteries are usually recharged from a power line running along the train or from the traction power supply through a generator, alternator or converter.
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A term for an illegal electrical device used by a jockey to stimulate a horse during a race. Also known as a "machine" or "joint."
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A chargeable device used to provide mobile phones with power.
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gang bang /gang rape
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A number (or battery) of cells, connected in series with the positive terminal of one cell connected to the negative of the next. Batteries provide a d.c.(direct current) source of electrical energy.
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UE A battery is a number (or battery) of cells, connected in series with the positive terminal of one cell connected to the negative of the next. Batteries provide a d.c.(direct current) source of el [..]
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Battery is a crime and also the basis for a lawsuit as a civil wrong if there is damage. A battery is any:
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(n) group of guns or missile launchers operated together at one place(n) a device that produces electricity; may have several primary or secondary cells arranged in parallel or series(n) a collecti [..]
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An apocryphal glass of juice that’s never quite empty, and never quite full.
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An electrochemical device for storing energy.
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 - A combination of two or more chemical cells connected together electronically to produce electrical energy.
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A single electric cell, or group of connected cells, that produces a direct electric current.
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strictly a collection of electrochemical cells, but commonly refers also to a single electrochemical cell. The key property of a battery or cell is its emf. For a battery consisting of several cells, [..]
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An electricity storage medium that feeds electric current to the motor. Older EVs used lead acid or NiMH batteries, but modern electric car batteries are of lithium ion construction (see below).
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A single or group of connected electric cells that produces a direct electric current (DC).
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A means of storing electric energy by chemical means. Consists of one or more “cells” each containing an anode, cathode and electrolyte.
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Batteries are often sold with a solar electric system. The primary purpose is to store the electricity not immediately used, which could be used at some later time.
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A group of two or more cells connected together to provide electrical current. Sometimes also used to describe a single cell that converts chemical energy to electrical current.
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A device that stores electricity in chemical bonds for later discharge and use; in terms of solar power, batteries are ordinarily only used in stand-alone or off-grid solar power systems.
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Two or more cells connected together to store electricity.
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A device that stores electricity. Typically only used for solar power systems that are stand alone or off grid.
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A collection of cells that store electrical energy; each cell converts chemical energy into electricity or vice versa, and is interconnected with other cells to form a battery for storing useful quantities of electricity.
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A collection of cells, grouped together to provide higher voltage and/or higher current than a single cell.
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Batteries are often sold with a PV system. The primary purpose is to store the electricity not immediately used, which could be used at some later time. With net metering, the [..]
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— a device that uses chemicals to generate and store electricity.
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a device that produces electric current as a result of chemical reaction.
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Physical contact intended to harm someone. Threat to use force is assault; use of it is battery, which usually includes an assault. Aggravated battery is unlawful use of force with unusual or serious [..]
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Also known as cell. The battery number is found on the case back. The volt in a quartz analogue watch is 1.5V. The volt in a digital watch is 3.0V.
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a device that produces electricity by means of chemical reaction. A battery consist of one or more units called electric cells. Each cell has all the chemicals and parts needed to produce an electric [..]
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An illegal and cruel electrical device, used by jockeys to stimulate a horse during a race. Also known as a machine or a joint.
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A beating or other wrongful touching of a person. The threat to use force is an assault; actual use of force is a battery, which usually includes an assault.
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Two or more electrochemical energy cells connected together to provide electrical energy.
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A device that stores energy and produces electric current by chemical action. (SOURCE: California Energy Commission, http://www.consumerenergycenter.org)
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     A direct-current power source consisting of two or more cells.
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 Battery with a gas recombination rate at least equal to 95%, so that no water need be added over battery life, usually called "maintenance free."
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 Battery cell installation system whereby the cells are placed on tiers.
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 The battery cells are equipped with a filling port for distilled, demineralized water used to top off the free electrolyte.
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An electrochemical device for storing and supplying electrical energy
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Um, a battery! Although in this context, “battery” often refers to the whole ‘power unit’ of an e-cigarette or eGo type device (i.e. including the switch, LEDs and threading for cartomiser or Tank). Many other batteries are used in Mods/APVs
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A group of two or more cells connected together to provide electrical current. Sometimes also used to describe a single cell which converts chemical energy to electrical current.
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A device used for generating electricity through a electrochemical reaction; a battery unit is often referred to as a cell.
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A device that converts chemical energy into electricity. Most watch batteries are silver oxide type delivering 1.5 volts. Much longer lasting lithium batteries are 3 volts.
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The unlawful application of physical force to, or offensive touching of, another without the individual’s consent.
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A group of two or more cells connected together to provide electrical current. Sometimes also used to describe a single cell which converts chemical energy to electrical current.
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One or more galvanic cells connected in series.
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 A device that transforms chemical energy into electric energy. The term is usually applied to a group of two or more electric cells connected together electrically. In common usage, the term “batt [..]
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A rechargeable source of standby power for the ALARM SYSTEM in the event of a power failure. The BATTERY is sized to take into consideration the number of INPUT DEVICES associated with the ALARM SYSTE [..]
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The power source for an electrical device.
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The device which provides electrical power for engine starting and for electrical accessories when the engine is off.
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One or more galvanic (electrochemical) cells electrically coupled into a single unit and equipped with attachments for external electrical connections.
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A battery is a vessel containing one or more cells, used for the storage and transfer of electrical energy.
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refers to a stored power device. For mobile and remote applications, one or more batteries can be used to power many of the products available through airaya.com.
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 - An electrochemical device used to store energy. The term is usually applied to a group of two or more electric cells connected together electrically. In common usage, the term “battery” is als [..]
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A collection of fireworks devices, such as a group of mortars (finale battery) or a bundle of roman candles (candle battery,) fused together in such a manner that they are fired within a short period [..]
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A collection of pyrotechnic devices such as a group of mortars that are designed to fire either simultaneously or in rapid succession.
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– Device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy, consisting of a group of electric cells that are connected to act as a source of direct current. The term is also now commonly used for [..]
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What kind of battery it uses.
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A series of tests designed to assess neuropsychological function. The battery is used to diagnose specific cerebral dysfunction and also to determine lateralization.
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A set of two or more cylindrical boilers, arranged side-by-side in a single boiler casing
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A battery is a device that produces electrons through electrochemical reactions, and contains positive (+) and negative (-) terminals. A battery consists of one or more electrochemical cells, which tr [..]
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Bodily harm to another by an act done with intent to cause bodily harm to that person or another without the consent of the person so harmed. The threat to use force is an "assault;" [..]
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The application of force to another, resulting in harmful or offensive contact.
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Hitting or striking another person. The carrying out of threats of violence. A form of assault
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, sb. a sloping sea wall.
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A group of firearms selected, as taken together, to be able to accomplish a broad variety of hunting or shooting situations. A 3-gun battery for Africa might consist of a .243 bolt rifle, a .338 Win. Mag. bolt rifle and a .470 Nitro Express double rifle. One could argue ad nauseum the relative merits of various combinations.
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Actual physical violence, whether serious or minor, inflicted on a person. (A mere threat is called assault, whereas the completed act is called battery).
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The intentional, offensive, unpermitted touching of the victim by the perpetrator.
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Illegal beating or physical violence or control of a person without their permission. (Compare with assault.)
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  An intentional, unwanted and forceful/violent touching of another person, or something closely connected with that person.
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The illegal touching of another person, usually an attack. When used in "assault and battery," the assault is the threat of attack and the battery the physical attack itself.
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the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to harm, or in a "rude and insolent manner" even if the injury is slight. Negligent or careless unintentional contact is not b [..]
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The application of force to another, resulting in harmful or offensive contact.
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unjustified intentional physical contact intended to inflict harm.
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The nonconsensual touching of, or use of force against, the body of another with the intent to cause harmful or offensive contact.
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The unlawful application of physical force to, or offensive touching of, another without the individual’s consent.
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Battery is the criminal offence whereby one party makes physical contact with another party with the intention to harm them. In order to constitute battery, an offense must be intentional and must be committed to inflict injury on another. Battery is different from a similar offense called assault. An assault is any attempt to threaten or attack an [..]
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The application of force to another, resulting in harmful or offensive contact.
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An intentional, unwanted and forceful/violent touching of another person, or something closely connected with that person.
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n. the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to harm, or in a "rude and insolent manner" even if the injury is slight. Negligent or careless unintentional contact is not batter [..]
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A beating, or wrongful physical violence. The actual threat to use force is an assault; the use of it is a battery, which usually includes an assault.
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A crime defined by unwanted physical contact, most often requiring that some harm be done to the victim. 
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Any offensive physical contact with another person, whether it is violent or not.
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A group or series of tests or subtests administered to assess overall achievement, potential or functional abilities and skills
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In the mid-19th century, this term referred to the arsenal of the pitcher’s pitches (e.g., “Smith has quite a battery on display today.”). Substantially later it came to refer to the pitcher and [..]
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A formation in Chess, made up by two Rooks doubled-up on a single File; or by a Bishop and a Queen, when both are stalking along the same diagonal path.
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A lineup of pieces that move similarly on a single file or diagonal, usually pointing toward a critical point in the enemy's camp. Batteries can be created by Queen and Rooks on a file or rank, a [..]
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A group of cells connected in such a way that more current and/or voltage is delivered than from one cell. See direct current.
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A device that converts chemical energy contained in its active materials directly into electrical energy by means of an electrochemical reaction.
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a bank of individual cells connected together to provide the required voltage
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(Abbreviated as Batt) – The battery piece of an electronic cigarette is the part that provides power to the heating element. This allows the heating element to heat the Juice and produce vapor.
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The most important part of the electronic cigarette. It powers the heating element that turns the nicotine liquid into vapor that a user inhales.
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 The battery is what provides power to the atomizer when the user inhales on the mouthpiece. Manual batteries are  activated by pressing a button, automatic batteries are activated by simply inhalin [..]
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cells that connect to provide voltage.
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(Abbreviated as Batt) – The most important part of the electronic cigarette .The rechargeable battery piece of an electronic cigarette
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 -  the main component and power source of any electronic cigarette which provides electrical power to the heating element that vaporizes the e-liquid. Most e-cigarettes are equipped with a rechar [..]
Source: ecigclopedia.com

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The battery piece of an electronic cigarette is the part that provides power to the heating element. The liquid produces a vapour as the element increases in temperature.
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This device is rechargeable and powers the vapour device so that it heats up the e-liquid inside the refill capsule, therefore producing smoke like vapour.
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Battery is a summary criminal offence under s.39 of the criminal justice act 1988.
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The battery is the power source for an electronic cigarette.  It provides power to the heating element which vaporized the e-liquid.  Some batteries are integrated into the device like an EGO.  The [..]
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a place where oil is collected from various pipelines.
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Facility that stores and/or processes crude oil.
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  Two or more tanks connected together to receive oil production on a lease; tank battery.
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Equipment to process or store crude oil from one or more wells.
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The production handling equipment on the lease.
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a device that is made of one or more cells and that converts chemical energy into electrical energy
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A concentration of armaments, historically just guns, (but since World War II
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A device for converting chemical energy into electrical energy. A group of two or more connected voltaic cells. Electronic Battery Manufacturers, or Industrial Battery Manufacturers.
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A number of primary or secondary cells arranged in series or parallel. A device for turning chemical energy into electrical energy.
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A device used to power electric devices, consisting of a set of electrically connected electrochemical or electrostatic cells. *big one,car * Bengali:small,car * German: (Batterie,f) * Greek: (???? [..]
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Battery is a criminal offense involving the unlawful physical acting upon a threat, distinct from assault which is the act of creating apprehension of such contact. Battery is a specific common law mi [..]
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Battery may refer to:
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At common law, battery is the tort of intentionally (or, in Australia, negligently) and voluntarily bringing about an unconsented harmful or offensive contact with a person or to something closely ass [..]
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In the early days of electronics, vacuum tube (called valves in British contexts) devices (such as radios) were powered by batteries. Each battery had a different designation depending on which vacuum [..]
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Battery was an American straight edge youth crew hardcore punk band from Washington, D.C. that was active from 1990 until 1998 and re-formed for a brief reunion in 2012. They toured on numerous occasi [..]
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In baseball, the term battery refers collectively to the pitcher and the catcher, who may also be called batterymen or batterymates of one another.
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An electric battery is a device consisting of one or more electrochemical cells with external connections provided to power electrical devices such as flashlights, smartphones, and electric cars. Whe [..]
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A battery in chess is a formation that consists of two or more pieces on the same rank, file, or diagonal. It is a tactic involved in planning a series of captures to remove the protection of the oppo [..]
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Battery (Japanese: バッテリー, Hepburn: Batterī) is a Japanese novel series by Atsuko Asano that was published by Kadokawa Shoten. The series is about Harada Takumi and Gō Nagakura, two boys wh [..]
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An electric battery is a device consisting of one or more electrochemical cells with external connections provided to power electrical devices such as flashlights, smartphones, and electric cars. Whe [..]
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Battery was an electro-industrial trio based in San Francisco. It consisted of vocalist Maria Azevedo and musicians Evan Sornstein and Shawn Brice. They released four albums on COP International betwe [..]
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Battery was an electro-industrial trio based in San Francisco. It consisted of vocalist Maria Azevedo and musicians Evan Sornstein and Shawn Brice. They released four albums on COP International betwe [..]
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n. the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to har...
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The basic unit of soldiers in an artillery regiment; similar to a company in an infantry regiment. Batteries included 6 cannon (with the horses, ammunition, and equipment needed to move and fire them) [..]
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A row of cages used to raise chickens with no hen present, usually for market purposes like meat and eggs.
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