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battery charger

[′bad·ə·rē ‚chär·jər]
(electricity)
A rectifier unit used to change alternating to direct power for charging a storage battery. Also known as charger.
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The Alice, Zivan says, will be powered by a 900-kilowatt-hour (kWH) lithium ion battery manufactured by South Korean battery maker Kokam Battery.
Zivan, "Anytime local search for distributed constraint optimization," in Proceedings of the 23rd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, pp.
2004; Zivan 2008), the distributed allocation of targets to sensors in a network (Zhang et al.
Team SA, consisting of Samkelo Radebe, Zivan Smith, Arnu Fourie and Oscar Pistorius, came home in a time of 41.78 seconds, Sports24 reports.
Asi fueron bajando por el camino de Xibalba, por unas escaleras muy inclinadas [...] hasta que llegaron a la orilla de un rio que corria rapidamente entre los barrancos llamados Nu zivan cul ["mi barranco" o "el barranco angosto"] y Cuzivan ["barranco angosto, estrecho"], y pasaron por ellos".
Marion Kay MOUNT PROSPECT - Marion Kay, 87, of Mundelein, formerly of Mount Prospect, was born February 12, 1931 in Chicago to George and Florence (nee Piestrui) Zivan and passed away February 18, 2018.
After the fragments of at least two rockets or mortar shells were discovered Tuesday on the land of Kibbutz Ein Zivan near the border fence opposite Quneitra, military sources tried to calm people by attributing them to "spillover" from the fighting on the Syrian side of the border.
Two rockets struck open areas near the communities of Ein Zivan and Odem in the north, causing no injuries or damage.