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electric cord

One or more flexible insulated electric conductors in a flexible insulating covering which is equipped with terminals.
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The potential for electrical shock in pets is greatly increased during the holidays due to the numerous electric cords used for lighted decorations.
His hands had been tied behind his back with electric cord.
Hisae Miyamae got the sentence for strangling her husband Nobutomi with an electric cord on Dec.
Sarah Coverdale discovered Aaron's body dangling from the electric cord of his radio.
The electric cord can be a pain if you're working a long distance from an electrical source, in which case the hand trigger gun may be more convenient.
He repeatedly struck Tyrone with a doubled-over electric cord.
Hernandez said Tan's body had stab wounds while her hands were tied with an electric cord.
Electrical Plug Fitted On Top Of The Chamber To Exhaust Fumes, 2 Meter Electric Cord, Make- Rescholar, Uts, Skan Instruments.
The 30-second clip, which shows an unidentified man hitting the young girls with an electric cord, has drawn condemnation from viewers around the world.
They gave her electric shocks with a metal clip connected to an electric cord, made her cut her finger until it bled, and then forced her to write a note in her own blood promising never to try and escape, according to the prosecutors.
Slide the electric cord through the bottle neck and secure the lamp attachment firmly into the top of the bottle.