Definitions for "Battery"
Two or more pieces of artillery in the field.
A company or division of artillery, including the gunners, guns, horses, and all equipments. In the United States, a battery of flying artillery consists usually of six guns.
An apparatus for generating voltaic electricity.
Any place where cannon or mortars are mounted, for attack or defense.
A section of guns, a named part of the main fortifications or a separate outer works position (e.g.. North Battery, Water Battery).
Group of cannons
The unlawful beating of another. It includes every willful, angry and violent, or negligent touching of another's person or clothes, or anything attached to his person or held by him.
Unjustified intentional physical contact that is intended to harm.
This means intentionally striking of someone, intending to harm them.
An optional solar system component that provides a building with backup power, so when the grid goes down, the building will still be electrified.
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 SYSTEM and the average length of time it normally takes to restore the MAINS.
A magazine on the LOOM that holds the full QUILLS, COPS, or BOBBINS of FILLING YARN, and from which they are inserted into the SHUTTLE by an automatic changing device.
Keywords:  rook, bishop, diagonal, queen, rank
A battery is formed when one piece is on the line of another piece of the same color. When the first piece moves, it uncovers the attack from the piece behind it. The first piece is called the firing piece. A battery is direct if aimed directly at the opposing King and indirect if aimed at the King's field.
(Diagram) Two long range pieces (such as a queen and bishop) lined up and pointed in the same direction along a rank, file, or diagonal.
a piece of fried fish which has little flesh inside it and too much flour and water on it
The pitcher and catcher together.
Term referring to the pitcher and catcher combination.
Several fireworks (e.g. candles) fused together for added effect, with a single fuse to light.
A battery is a group of similar items that is constructed as a single bundle, such as a missile battery of a roman candle battery.
A battery is a collection of fireworks, often of different types, assembled together and fused in sequence. Usually as an opener or a finale.
Keywords:  crushing, stamp, motive, mortar, mill
A series of stamps operated by one motive power, for crushing ores containing the precious metals.
The box in which the stamps for crushing ore play up and down.
a series of stamps operated in one mortar for crushing ores
A series of tests yielding a single total score, used for measuring aptitude, intelligence, personality, etc. (Webster's Third New International Dictionary, 1993)
A set of one or more observations identified as by a single name and code, treated as a shorthand unit for ordering or retrieving results of the constituent observations. A battery can be a single observation, but also a superset of batteries
A test battery is a set of several tests designed to be administered as a unit. Individual subject-area tests measure different areas of content and may be scored separately; scores from the subtests may also be combined into a single score.
"Battery" is the opening track of Metallica's 1986 album Master of Puppets. As with the opening track from Ride The Lightning, Battery begins with a slow, clean guitar part. In this case, as many as five acoustic guitars are layered harmonically before the drums and bass come in with distorted guitars playing a more melodic version of the acoustic part.
Battery is a band partially responsible for the rebirth of Washington DC hardcore. From 1990 to 1998, Battery released a 7", a split 7" with Ignite, two MCDs and three full-lengths on Lost & Found, Conversion, and Revelation Records.
a critical part of one's auto, so properly mainting it is a must
a delicate and moody instrument, used properly it will make your tools much more pleasant to use
a heavy object that will move around if its not properly restrained
The auxiliary battery installed in some RV units to provide 12 volt lighting when the tow vehicle is not connected. When installed with an automatic charging solenoid, it charges through the tow vehicle alternator system, assuming the tow vehicle is wired with a charge line.
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.
(DOD) A method of fire in which weapons are discharged from the left (right), one after the other, at five second intervals.
The position of a weapon when cocked and its recoiling parts are forwarded.
a different animal than the other Treo items they make, maybe they goofed engineering it
a collection of related things intended for use together; "took a battery of achievement tests"
Multiple tests to assess functioning in a variety of psychological areas such as intelligence, achievement, personality and self-esteem.
A battery is a set of tests usually standardized on the same population Survey achievement tests are one example of a battery. A battery facilitates comparison of a test taker 's performance in different areas.
Keywords:  biologist, bolt
biologist + bolt
Keywords:  crude, oil, store, bucks, couple
a couple of bucks at most mass market stores
Facility that stores and/or processes crude oil.
Equipment used to process or store crude oil from one or more wells.
Keywords:  shotshell, anvil, primers, cup, outside
Cup Type of primer in which anvil and primer cup are supported in an outside cup. Shotshell primers are of this type.
A number of coated jars (Leyden jars) so connected that they may be charged and discharged simultaneously.
Keywords:  eol, tick, sweeps, replace, begin
Life Indicator: (EOL) The EOL indicates when it is time to replace the existing battery. Different manufacturers use different methods to indicate a low battery, i.e. if a second hand usually sweeps, when the battery is low it will begin to tick.
A group of tests that measure different manifestations of toxicity in a particular organ or system.
a group of tests that measures different levels of toxicity in a particular organ or system.
a group of sprinklers controlled by one valve.
Keywords:  farad, capacitor, huge, west, says
a huge capacitor -- of the Farad range," says West
Keywords:  detractors, dragged, road, across, red
a red herring dragged across the road by detractors
a perishable product that starts deteriorating from the time it leaves the factory
Keywords:  bench, trial
The act of battering or beating.
Beating, being physically violent, or controlling someone without their permission.
Keywords:  radically, superior
a radically superior
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."
Keywords:  immersed, couple, plates, liquid, metal
a couple of metal plates immersed in liquid
a round of quick fire questions or topics inflicted upon a person
Keywords:  beaming
Keywords:  advantage, distinct
a distinct advantage
Keywords:  tank, gas, electrons
a gas tank for electrons
Some battery-operated watches have a feature that indicates when the battery is approaching the end of its life. This is often indicated by the second hand moving in two second intervals instead of each second.
Keywords:  better, option
a better option
The production handling equipment on the lease.
Keywords:  phone, see
See Phone battery.
Where the bats are kept.