Recharging: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Icon Group International, Incorporated, Dec 19, 2008 - 51 pages
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Use in Literature RechargingThe generating flask will have to be recharged every six hours; it should be half filled with sulfuric acid.ndash;James Bryant Conant (editor) in Organic Syntheses.The gas, I understood, was stored in the interior in liquid form under great pressure, and would last, if I remember rightly, for six months without recharging.ndash;Robert Barr in The Face and the Mask.I put down the camera, wedged it level with scraps of stone, and then sat down myself to recharge the flashlight machine.ndash;Edgar Rice Burroughs in The Lost Continent.In the original Joey design the battery was located too close to the power recharger unit, and occasionally the excessive heat caused the battery to leak and burn.ndash;Joe Hutsko in Undo.He observed mournfully that the vigour which had always recharged itself, no matter how recklessly he had drawn upon it, was beginning to protest.ndash;Harold MacGrath in The Drums Of Jeopardy.The man who enjoys his work requires less time for recreation and exercise, for his enjoyment recharges the storage battery of energy.ndash;Walter Dill Scott in Increasing Efficiency in Business.To secure continued activity the clock must be rewound, the gun must be recharged, more coal must be supplied to the engine.ndash;Walter Dill Scott in Increasing Efficiency in Business.Even if moisture is regularly recharged by irrigation, and although nutrients are replaced, once a bit of earth has been occupied by the roots of one plant it is not so readily available to the roots of another.ndash;Steve Solomon in Gardening Without Irrigation: or without much, anyway.Our summer rains generally come in insignificant installments and do not penetrate deeply; all of the rain quickly evaporates from the surface few inches without recharging deeper layers.ndash;Steve Solomon in Gardening Without Irrigation: or without much, anyway.Soil particles form interconnected pores that allow an inefficient capillary flow, recharging dry soil above.ndash;Steve Solomon in Gardening Without Irrigation: or without much, anyway.

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