battery right

battery right

In artillery, the procedural term used to indicate that the weapons are to fire from the right, one after the other, at five second intervals unless otherwise specified.
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If I puncture a lithium battery right now, it will cause a fire.
TOM: But if you're thinking about keeping this car for another three, four or five years, I'd lean toward a factory battery right now.
When the parking attendant found the car the steering lock was on and the battery was flat, so we can't be sure if Richey had simply been on his way somewhere and just ran out of fuel, or if he'd been living in his car during that time and had run the battery right down from having the engine running and the heater on.
So Richey might simply have been on hisway somewhere and just ran out of fuel, or if he'd been living in his car during that time and had run the battery right down from having the engine running and the heater on," she added.

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