live part

live part

Any electric component or part which is designed to operate at a voltage different from that of the earth.
References in classic literature ?
In 1799 Scott had been appointed Sheriff-deputy of Selkirkshire, and as this obliged him to live part of the year at least in the district, he rented a house not far from Selkirk.
Prepare to pay council tax in 2018 wherever in Wales you live PART of this rise is for the police but are we going to get a good service for that?
It's the sixth audition show but there's been a lack of Scots even making it on to our TV screens, let alone following the likes of Susan Boyle and Jai McDowall to the live part of the show.
Dubai: Emiratis who live part time in London say their heart goes out to the family that was attacked in a London hotel early Sunday.
Snafu Live Part 2, featuring Tiger & Woods Snafu, Aberdeen The secretive disco duo Tiger & Woods are not to be missed.
I was born in Wales and these days live part of my life in Aotearoa and part in Wales as I travel back and forth to live and work each year.
I had no relatives left, so it was very nice to see your articles and live part of my youth again.
All live part of the time at the Smiths ancestral home, Beechwood Farm of North Berwick, Maine.
I live part time in France, so I have firsthand experience with anti-nuclear sentiment there.
She was very close to the live part and that would have killed her instantly if she touched it.
The parents, Gardell and a friend who also lives in a same-sex relationship, have decided that the child will live part of the time with Gardell and his partner Mark Levengood and part of the time with the mother and her partner.
Jamie is reportedly so stoked on his new team rider, he shipped him a three-chip and death lens so he could begin working on his Dying to Live part immediately.