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powered

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpoweredpow‧ered /ˈpaʊəd $ paʊrd/ adjective  working or moving using a means of power such as electricity, a motor etc a powered wheelchairbattery-powered/nuclear-powered/mains powered a nuclear-powered submarinehigh-powered/low-powered a high-powered engine high-powered
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poweredWhat is essential for free fall is that the capsule is not powered and that the atmospheric drag is negligibly small.Modern installations usually use electrically powered cam driven diaphragm pumps.I hope they've got the sense to bring air powered cutters.The standard 0.50 powered machine makes a superb trainer.Why are the effects of these responses so much less noticeable in powered machines?For anyone building their first few projects the best advice is to avoid any mains powered project.Choose battery powered projects as these enable you to make mistakes without any drastic consequences.battery-powered/nuclear-powered/mains poweredFor anyone building their first few projects the best advice is to avoid any mains powered project.Youngsters should not construct mains powered projects unless they are supervised at all times by a suitably experienced adult.
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