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accumulator

any plant, such as a nitrogen fixer, which enriches the habitat with nutrients.
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The production of accumulators will be launched at the end of 2021.
Lot 1 - accumulators for welding equipment, for screwdrivers, for an oscilloscope, for flaw detectors, for electroluminescence, accumulator batteries lead-acid, gel
A SOCCER fan beat odds of almost 1,700/1 to bank [euro]3,300 after an incredible [euro]2 accumulator bet.
They include ECCS, accumulators, and containment spray system set points and flowrates.
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies (FST) has developed innovative solutions for high- and low-pressure accumulators for hydraulic hybrid energy storage systems.
Global Oil and Gas Accumulators market is mainly segmented by Type, by Application and by Geography.
The incentives a bookmaker offers you to bet in accumulators will cost them a tiny fraction of the extra profits they expect to make if you bet in accumulators.
Unlike less efficient hybrid systems that charge electric batteries - which only capture about a quarter of the braking power - accumulators can recycle 75 percent of the energy and make a vehicle 40 percent more fuel-efficient.
On 5 June this year, Council and Parliament negotiators came to an agreement on the amendment of Directive 2006/66/EC on batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators containing cadmium and other toxic heavy metals used in wireless electronic appliances on the market.
On 10 October, the European Parliament backed - with 579 votes for, 17 against and five abstentions - the new agreement with the European Council on the elimination of heavy metals in batteries and accumulators. All that remains is for Council to formally adopt this regulation - member states approved it on 14 June - to complete the legislative procedure.
What are the prospects of a family of such energy accumulators being developed before our fossil fuel resources are totally exhausted?