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  • noun Plural form of recharging.

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Examples

  • Regarding the race proper it was stated that at first it had been decided to make it a twenty-four hour endurance contest, but that for certain reasons this was changed, as it was found that few storage batteries could go this length of time without a number of rechargings.

    Tom Swift and His Electric Runabout, or, the Speediest Car on the Road

  • As a writer who frequently must work while traveling, I would love to have a laptop battery that lasts longer than a few hours between rechargings, never mind indefinitely.

    Cocktail Party Physics

  • The vehicle can travel up to 100 miles between rechargings and haul more than 8 tons.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • I am going to use a set of four Sony Cycle Energy 2000 Mah Ni-Mh Rechargeable batteries to see how long this light will last over the course of three rechargings and also provide the power consumed while recharging.

    Epinions Recent Content for Home

  • The vehicle can travel up to 100 miles between rechargings and haul more than 8 tons.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • I must admit that I’ve still got the older electric cars stuck in my brain that could only run for relatively short distances between hours-long rechargings, so I’m glad to see that I’m the one behind the times …

    Archive for » 2005 » June : Sustainablog

  • I must admit that I’ve still got the older electric cars stuck in my brain that could only run for relatively short distances between hours-long rechargings, so I’m glad to see that I’m the one behind the times …

    New Generation of Electric Cars Rolling Out

  • miles or less between rechargings, you'll use so little gasoline that the car has been engineered to keep the fuel in its tank from going stale.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • miles or less between rechargings, you'll use so little gasoline that the car has been engineered to keep the fuel in its tank from going stale.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • miles or less between rechargings, you'll use so little gasoline that the car has been engineered to keep the fuel in its tank from going stale.

    latimes.com - News

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