from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Pieces of fabric used for stuffing; batting.
- noun Insulation, usually made of fiberglass, that is used chiefly to prevent heat loss and is manufactured in sheets or rolls.
- noun A roll or section of such insulation.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An obsolete spelling of
bat, still occasionally used in some senses. See bat, 10, 11.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Pieces of
fabricor fibreused for stuffing; as for battingor insulation
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
My laptop's batt is lasting around 25% more with Win 7 than it did with vista!
I lastly was with Curtis among the floatin 'batt'ries,
Hannises 'batt'ry was 'long here 'bout a minute ago. "
They say th 'enemy driv' our line inteh a devil of a swamp an 'took Hannises' batt'ry. "
I saw Hannises 'batt'ry off on th' left not more'n fifteen minutes ago. "
No wonder the batt le over death taxes has suddenly moved to state capitals, with Indiana, Nebraska, Ohio, Pennsylvania and even Rhode Island looking to repeal their state levies this year.
If I remove the foam and staple high-R batt insulation between the joists, would it help?
Here's a really good tip: I went to Britney Spears concert and had an overnight charged battery, and not even one fourth of the show has passed, my sony cybershot t200 battery was blinking with the low batt signal!
A freak sandstorm had destroyed most of our transports, grounding most of the batt, but we had to press on.
He has one with a slightly bigger screen, a little extra ram, and a 6 hour batt.