Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Then I am told no new batteries can be had until the morning.
Either way, the result is just a single hour of battery life.
The company says the battery is good for up to 10 hours.
About all you can do is change the battery every few years.
I was going to need both batteries full up and ready to go.
Battery life can be a little less than average, too.
The more your computer is used, the longer the battery will last.
Your car will run fine until the battery goes dead.
Before too long we're going to run out of battery power.
Let down by a short battery life, about three hours.
No, you have to go and buy your own batteries.
How do you know when you're getting low on batteries?
To use the batteries, we have to get them home.
I think he's brought a whole battery of others with him.
In half an hour he was back with a battery.
They say how much battery power the computer has left.
The battery is not yet ready for home use, however.
He also started making the batteries, many of which would be needed.
So far, York's battery looked much better than he had expected.
The battery can last for up to a month in stand by.
What kind of battery life do they get on these?
I'm not sure why everyone is having such a problem with battery life.
I have yet to experience any battery problems with them.
In 2009, the battery had been under development for more than 20 years.
Battery talk time is up to 7 hours and 40 minutes.
The only thing that distinguished it from criminal battery was the informed consent.
"If A strikes B in the face, he commits a criminal battery," the court noted.
If you press assault charges against him, I'll be damned sure he countercharges you with criminal battery."
The degree and quality of intent in civil (tortious) battery is different to that for criminal battery.
Criminal battery requires an intent to inflict an injury on another, as distinguished from a tortious battery.
In the United States, criminal battery, or simply battery, is the use of force against another, resulting in harmful, offensive or sexual contact.
In some jurisdictions, the charge of criminal battery also requires evidence of a mental state (mens rea).
In the majority of states, physical punishment by a parent remains legal under statutes making exceptions to the state's law on the crimes of assault, criminal battery, domestic violence and/or child abuse.
In April 2006, Navajo Nation Council Speaker Lawrence T. Morgan faced a charge of criminal battery when he struck Council Delegate Mark.
In the United States, intention to do an act that ultimately results in contact is sufficient for the tort of battery, while intention to inflict an injury on another is required for criminal battery.
This spring, a drug abusing mother, who had been charged with criminal battery of her 2-year-old daughter, was given family preservation services after authorities found the girl and her 8-month-old brother eating out of dishes encrusted with rotten food and swarming with flies.