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Power exchange (BDSM) In BDSM, the term Power Exchange is associated with a submissive exchanging his/her authority to make decisions (whether just for a scene, or for his/her entire life), for the Dominant's agreement to take responsibility for his/her happiness and health.
Power factor The power factor of an AC electric power system is defined as the ratio of the real power to the apparent power, and is a number between 0 to 1 inclusive. Real power is the capacity of the circuit for performing work in a particular time.
Power forward (ice hockey) In ice hockey a power forward is a forward who possesses above average offensive skills and plays a tough, physical game. Most of the time, power forwards are physically large, but some players such as Raffi Torres are referred to as power forwards despite being no more than than six feet tall.
Power game The power game is a guessing game that can be played by a group of people, where one person is appointed "game leader". The "power" is passed from player to player according to a set of rules, which only the game leader knows.
Power gamer A power gamer is someone who primarily plays computer games that place particularly high demands on the hardware, requiring the latest graphics card and a fast processor. Commercially sold systems may be specifically advertised as being for "power gamers", as opposed to the cheaper and more common systems used in office computing.
Power Geyser Power Geyser is a purported clandestine United States counterterrorism program to operate a group of commandos with state of the art weaponry created to protect the physical safety of the President, Congress, and other high-value government targets.
Power Glove The Power Glove (1989) is a controller accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System designed by the team of Grant Goddard and Sam Davis for Abrams/Gentile Entertainment, made by Mattel in the United States and PAX in Japan. Contrary to popular belief, Nintendo didn't have a hand in the design or release of this accessory, though it officially licensed the product.
Power Grid (board game) Power Grid is a multiplayer German-style board game invented by Friedemann Friese and published by Rio Grande Games. It is also well-known with its original title, Funkenschlag, published in Germany by 2F-Spiele.
Power Grid Corporation of India The Power Grid Corporation of India Limited is the Central Public Sector of Indian Government engaged in construction, operation and maintenance of high voltage transmission lines in India. It recently diversified into the telecommunications sector and its presence is being felt abroad in the power transmission sector.
Power harassment Power harassment is harassment or unwelcome attention of a political nature, often deriving in the environment of a workplace. It includes a range of behavior from mild irritation and annoyances to serious abuses which can even involve forced activity beyond the boundaries of the job description.
Power hour (drinking game) Power hour (also known as ten minute warning), with its variant centurion (or century club), is a type of drinking game where every player drinks one shot of beer every minute. In power hour this happens for 1 hour, with a shot size of 1.
Power in international relations Power in international relations is defined in several different ways. Political scientists, historians, and practitioners of international relations (diplomats) have used the following concepts of political power:
Power Inquiry The POWER Inquiry was set up in 2004 to explore how political participation and involvement can be increased and deepened in Britain. Its work is based on the primary belief that a healthy democracy requires the active participation of its citizens.
Power Institute of Fine Arts The Power Institute of Fine Arts is a teaching and research department, encompassing the fields of art history & theory, within the University of Sydney. Founded in 1968, the institute was established out of a bequest from the expatriate Australian abstract artist John Wardell Power.
Power law Power laws are observed in many subject areas, including physics, biology, geography, sociology, economics, and linguistics. Power laws are among the most frequent scaling laws that describe the scale invariance found in many natural phenomena.
Power level (Dragon Ball) The is a concept found within the world of Dragon Ball, a popular manga created by Akira Toriyama, as well as the anime based on it (Dragon Ball anime, Dragon Ball Z, and Dragon Ball GT). It is used most commonly early in the Z series before the existence of Super Saiyans.
Power line communication Power line communication (PLC), also called mains communication, power line telecoms (PLT), powerband or power line networking (PLN), is a term describing several different systems for using power distribution wires for simultaneous distribution of data. The carrier can communicate voice and data by superimposing an analog signal over the standard 50 or 60 Hz alternating current (AC).
Power line conditioner A Power Line Conditioner is used to compensate peaks and valleys in the power supply and reduce peaks in the power flow to what is needed by the machine. For instance, on a 120 volt service, if the voltage exceeds 130 volts, the output is switched to a transformer that reduces the voltage by about 8% to keep it closer to 120 volts.
Power Law of Practice The Power Law of Practice states that the logarithm of the reaction time for a particular task decreases linearly with the logarithm of the number of practice trials taken. It is an example of the learning curve effect on performance.
Power management Power management is a feature of some electrical appliances, especially copiers and computer peripherals such as monitors and printers, that turns off the power or switches the system to a low-power state after a period of inactivity.
Power margin In telecommunication, the power margin is the difference between available signal power and the minimum signal power needed to overcome system losses and still satisfy the minimum input requirements of the receiver for a given performance level.
Power metal Power metal is a style of heavy metal music with the aim of evoking an "epic" feel, incorporating characteristics of primarily traditional metal along with thrash metal or speed metal, often within symphonic context. There is some dispute about the term, which can refer to two different, but related styles: one pioneered and largely practiced in North America, and one based in Germany and Scandinavia.
Power module A power electronic module provides the physical containment for several power components, usually Power semiconductor devices. This package provides an easy way to cool the devices and to connect them to the outer circuit.
Power Macintosh Power Macintosh, or Power Mac, is a line of Apple Macintosh workstation-class personal computers based on various models of PowerPC microprocessors that was developed, marketed, and supported by Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) from March 1994 until August 2006.
Power Macintosh 4400 The Power Macintosh 4400 (also known as the Power Macintosh 7220 in some markets like Australia) is a high-end Macintosh personal computer designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer from 1996 until 1998. The Power Macintosh 4400 was rather different from most other Macintosh models, in that the floppy disk drive is on the left rather than right, and the casing is made of metal rather than plastic.
Power Macintosh 5200 LC The Power Macintosh 5200 LC series (also sold under variations of the name Performa 5200) is a series of all-in-one (meaning the cases feature an integrated 15" CRT monitor) personal computer that are a part of Apple Computer's Macintosh LC, Power Macintosh and Macintosh Performa series of Macintosh computers. It was introduced in April 1995 with a PowerPC 603 CPU at 75 MHz as a PowerPC-based replacement of the Macintosh LC 500 series.
Power Macintosh 5500 The Power Macintosh 5500 â€“ code-named "Phoenix" â€“ was produced between February 1997 and early '98 and came with an IBM PowerPC 603ev processor operating at either 225, 250 and 275 MHz. The processor made use of a 32 KiB L1 cache and an optional 256 or 512 KiB L2 (the latter being available only on the 275 MHz model) cache operating at the stock 50 MHz bus speed.
Power Macintosh 6100 The Power Macintosh 6100 was Apple Computer's first computer to use the new PowerPC RISC type processor created by IBM and Motorola. It came in the Centris 610's "pizza box" low-profile case, and superseded the Quadra series that used Motorola's 68040 processor, Apple's previous high end workstation line.
Power Macintosh 6200 The Power Macintosh 6200 (Codename: "Crusader" / "Elixir", also sold under variations of the name Performa 6200, Performa 6300 and Power Macintosh 6300) is a series of mid-range personal computers that are a part of Apple Computer's Power Macintosh and Macintosh Performa series of Macintosh computers. It was introduced in May 1995 with a PowerPC 603 CPU at 75 MHz as a PowerPC-based replacement of the Quadra 630, and continued using the 630's case.
Power Macintosh 6400 The Power Macintosh 6400 (Codenames: "InstaTower", "Alchemy", "Hacksaw"; also sold under variations of the name Performa 6400) is a mid-range personal computer that is a part of Apple Computer's Power Macintosh and Macintosh Performa series of Macintosh computers. The two Performa variants were introduced in August 1996, while the Power Macintosh variant arrived two months later.
Power Macintosh 6500 The Power Macintosh 6500 (Codename: "Gazelle") is a mid-range desktop computer in Apple Computer's Power Macintosh series. It was introduced in February 1997 in speeds of 225 and 250 MHz, replacing the very similar Power Macintosh 6400.
Power Macintosh 7100 The Power Macintosh 7100 was a high-end Apple Macintosh personal computer that was designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer from March 1994 to January 1996. The PowerMac 7100 was a faster, more expandable Power Macintosh 6100, and was a part of the original Power Macintosh line along with it.
Power Macintosh 7200 The Power Macintosh 7200 (Codename: "Catalyst"; the 90 MHz model was also sold in Japan as the Power Macintosh 7215, and the 120 MHz model with bundled server software as the Apple Workgroup Server 7250: additionally, it was available in Europe in an 8100-style case as the Power Macintosh 8200) is a personal computer that is a part of Apple Computer's Power Macintosh series of Macintosh computers. It was introduced in August 1995 as a successor to the Power Macintosh 7100, and was discontinued in favor of the Power Macintosh 7300 in July 1996.
Power Macintosh 7300 The Power Macintosh 7300 (Codename: "Montana"; also sold with server software as the Apple Workgroup Server 7350) is a personal computer that is a part of Apple Computer's Power Macintosh series of Macintosh computers. It was introduced at a processor speed of 180 or 200 MHz (in Europe and Asia, an additional 166 MHz configuration was available) in February 1997 alongside the Power Macintosh 8600 and the Power Macintosh 9600.
Power Macintosh 7600 The Power Macintosh 7600 was a PowerPC 604 based desktop computer sold by Apple in three speeds (120MHz, 132MHz and 200MHz - the last model was not available in North America) between April 1996 and November 1997. The 7600 was essentially a Power Macintosh 7500 with a different CPU card, the change in model number occurring because of the move from the 7500's PPC601 to the 7600's PPC604.
Power Macintosh 8100 The Power Macintosh 8100 (Codenames: "Cold Fusion", "Flagship"; also sold in Japan as the Power Macintosh 8115 and with bundled server software as the Apple Workgroup Server 8150) is a personal computer that is a part of Apple Computer's Power Macintosh series of Macintosh computers. It was introduced in March 1994 alongside the Power Macintosh 6100 and the Power Macintosh 7100 as the high end model of the original Power Macintosh series and a direct continuation of the prior Macintosh Quadra 800.
Power Macintosh 8500 The Power Macintosh 8500 (the 120 MHz model is also known as Power Macintosh 8515 in Europe and Japan) is a high-end Macintosh personal computer designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer from 1995 until 1997. Billed as a high-end graphics computer, the Power Macintosh 8500 was also the first Macintosh to ship with a replaceable daughtercard.
Power Macintosh 8600 The Power Macintosh 8600 (Codename: "Kansas") is a personal computer that is a part of Apple Computer's Power Macintosh series of Macintosh computers. It was introduced at a processor speed of 200 MHz in February 1997 alongside the Power Macintosh 7300 and the Power Macintosh 9600.
Power Macintosh 9500 The Power Macintosh 9500 (the 132 MHz model is also known as Power Macintosh 9515 in Europe and Japan) is a high-end Macintosh personal computer which was designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer from May 1995 until early 1997. It is powered by a PowerPC 604 processor, a second-generation PowerPC chip which was faster than the earlier PowerPC 601 chip.
Power Macintosh 9600 The Power Macintosh 9600 (Codename: "Kansas"; also sold with additional server software as the Apple Workgroup Server 9650) is a personal computer that is a part of Apple Computer's Power Macintosh series of Macintosh computers. It was introduced in February 1997 alongside the Power Macintosh 7300 and the Power Macintosh 8600, and replaced the Power Macintosh 9500 as Apple's flagship desktop computer.
Power Macintosh G3 The Power Macintosh G3 (commonly called "beige G3s" or "platinum G3s" for the color of their cases) is a series of personal computers that was designed, manufactured, and sold by Apple Computer from November 1997 to January 1999. It was the first Macintosh to use the PowerPC G3 (PPC750) microprocessor, and replaced a number of earlier Power Macintosh models, in particular the 7300, 8600 and 9600 models; it was itself succeeded by the Power Macintosh G3 (Blue & White), which kept the name but introduced a radically different design.
Power Macintosh G3 (Blue & White) The PowerÂ MacintoshÂ G3 series (commonly known as the "blue and white G3" or some variation thereof, to distingush it from the original "beige" G3 PowerÂ Macintoshes) was a series of personal computers designed, manufactured and sold by Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) as part of their Power Macintosh line.
Power Management Unit The Power Management Unit (PMU) is a microcontroller that governs power functions for Apple computers. This microchip has many similar components to your average computer, including firmware and software, memory, a CPU, input/output functions, timers to measure intervals of time, as well as digital to analog converters to measure the voltages of the main battery or power source of the computer.
Power Marketing Administration A Power Marketing Administration (PMA) is a United States federal agency within the Department of Energy with the responsibility for marketing hydropower, primarily from multiple-purpose water projects operated by the Bureau of Reclamation, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the International Boundary and Water Commission.
Power Moves Deadly Moves (Sega Genesis's version name), or Power Moves (Super Nintendo's version name) (known as Power Athlete in Japan) is a fighting game created by Kaneko. One of the many fighting games published in the early 90's to capitalize on the success of Capcom's Street Fighter II, it did not achieve the success of its competition, and was largely ignored by most gamers.
Power Movie List PowerMovieList (or PML) is a powerful open-source script for managing movie collections, it uses PHP and MySQL. It lets users catalog movies with detailed information from big movie sites like IMDb, the German Kino.
Power network In social network theory, a power network collects many social networks to exercise common influence and "power over" others. Usually it describes the kind of group entity defined in political science or military science, which has a command hierarchy that carries out orders of a well-established, recognized authority.
Power noise Power noise (also known as powernoise, rhythmic noise, noize and occasionally as distorted beat music) is a subgenre of industrial music that takes its inspiration from some of the more structured and distorted early industrial acts, such as Esplendor Geometrico. There are also influences from hardcore techno, noise and technoid.
Power Nine In Magic: The Gathering, the Power Nine are nine rare cards that were printed early in the game's history and are widely regarded as overpowered. However, in games where they are legal, they play an important role in the competitive tournament atmosphere.
Power of a Woman Power of a Woman is the second album of Eternal and was released in 1995. The album was without Louise who embarked on her solo career leaving the Easther and Vernie Bennett and Kelle Bryan to continue in the girl band.
Power of appointment A power of appointment is a term most frequently used in the law of wills to describe the ability of the testator (the person writing the will) to select a person who will be given the authority to dispose of certain property under the will. Although any person can exercise this power at any time during their life, its use is rare outside of a will.
Power of attorney A power of attorney or letter of attorney in common law systems or mandate in civil law systems is an authorization to act on someone else's behalf in a legal or business matter. The person authorizing the other to act is the "principal" or "grantor (of the power)", and the one authorized to act is the "agent" or "attorney-in-fact" [AIF].
Power of Desire "Power of Desire" is an insert theme song used in the Brave Series anime The King of Braves GaoGaiGar, performed by Masaaki Endoh. The character Mic Sounders 13th often plays this song when Disc M or Disc P are used (in conjunction with the instruments Girahngirahn VV and/or Dokadokan V).
Power of One (song) "Power of One" is a pop ballad written by Merril Bainbridge and produced by Siew for Bainbridge's debut album The Garden (1995). It was released as the album's third single in October 1995 (see 1995 in music) in Australia as a CD single.
Power of Seven (publisher) Power of Seven was a digital music content publisher headed by Paul Sebastien (also a member of electronic/alternative groups Psykosonik and Basic Pleasure Model). It was well-known for providing the music for several games, such as Bungie's Marathon 2: Durandal, Marathon Infinity, and Oni, and Raven Software's CyClones.
Power of the purse The power of the purse is the ability of a government or other organization to manipulate the actions of another group by withholding funding. This is often used in the absence of any other real enforcement power, and frequently used as a punishment.
Power of two In mathematics, a power of two is any of the nonnegative integer powers of the number two; in other words, two multiplied by itself a certain number of times. Note that one is a power (the zeroth power) of two.
Power of Three Power of Three is a 1976 fantasy children's novel by Diana Wynne Jones. The novel, a bildungsroman for the adolescent character Gair, discusses the relationship among three different races in a manner that can be read as a parable of race relations in humans.
Power over Ethernet Power over Ethernet or PoE technology describes a system to transmit electrical power, along with data, to remote devices over standard twisted-pair cable in an Ethernet network. This technology is useful for powering IP telephones, wireless LAN access points, webcams, Ethernet hubs, embedded computers, and other appliances where it would be inconvenient or infeasible to supply power separately.
Power plant operator The power plant operator has several duties in the electrical generating facility. Operators are responsible for the safety of the work crews that frequently do repairs on the mechanical and electrical equipment.
Power politics Power politics is a state of international relations in which sovereigns protect their own interests by threatening one another with military, economic, or political aggression. Power politics is essentially a way of understanding the world of international relations: nations compete for the world's resources and it is to a nation's advantage to be manifestly able to harm others.
Power process The power process is a theoretical process necessary to fulfill one's psychological need to exert power to fulfill goals, discussed in Theodore Kaczynski's manifesto, Industrial Society and Its Future. Kaczinski suggested that the need to undergo the power process was biological, and used historical and modern examples to demonstrate the importance of this need.
Power projection Power projection (or force projection) is a term used in military and political science to refer to the capacity of a state to implement policy by means of force, or the threat thereof, in an area distant from its own territory. The United States Department of Defense, in its publication J1-02: Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, further defines power projection as
Power Pack The Power Pack is a team of fictional child superheroes in the Marvel Comics universe. They were created by writer Louise Simonson and artist June Brigman, and first appeared in their own comic book series, in 1984.
Power Pad The Power Pad (known in Japan as Family Trainer, and in Europe and briefly in the United States as Family Fun Fitness) is a floor mat game controller released in the United States for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is a gray mat with twelve pressure-sensors embedded between two layers of flexible plastic.
Power Pete Power Pete is a computer game developed by Pangea Software and published by the Interplay Entertainment Corporation under the MacPlay brand name. It was released in 1995 and packaged with Mac OS 7 on new Macintosh Performa computers.
Power Plant (PokĂ©mon) In the PokĂ©mon world, the Power Plant is an abandoned building at the south of Route 9, in Kanto. It appears in the games PokĂ©mon Red, Blue and Yellow, and also in their remakes PokĂ©mon FireRed and PokĂ©mon LeafGreen.
Power Player Super Joy III The Power Player Super Joy III consoles (also known as Power Games and XA-76-1E) are a line of unauthorized handheld Nintendo Entertainment System/Famicom clones manufactured by NRTRADE that are sold in North America, Brazil, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The system resembles a Nintendo 64 controller and attaches to a TV set.
Power Plus Pro Power Plus Pro is a piece of financial software produced by Reuters in the form of an addin for Microsoft Office Excel. It is a real time data engine which will push new data into Excel when it receives notification of these updates from a Reuters TIBCO bus.
Power Pritt Power Pritt is an extra strength version of the popular Pritt Stick, manufactured by Henkel. It is used for sticking things like photos; felt & fabrics; some plastics not for use with Polypropylene or Polyethylene); wood; paper; cardboard and more.
Power quality Power quality is a term used to discuss events on electric power grids that can damage or disrupt sensisitive electronic devices. There are many ways in which a power feed can be poor quality and so no single figure can completely quantify the quality of a power feed.
Power Quotient International Power Quotient International (PQI) is a manufacturer of memory modules and flash memory products, founded in 1997. The headquarters is in Taipei, Taiwan, and PQI has branches in Europe, USA, Hong Kong, Japan and mainland China.
Power rating In electrical engineering, the power rating of a device is a guideline set by the manufacturer as a maximum power to be used with that device. This limit is usually set somewhat lower than the level where the device will be damaged, to allow a margin of safety.
Power reserve Power Reserve Indicator - originally called - is a function of the watch, which is meant to show how long the watch is going to work until the next winding. In its essence, the power reserve indicator shows how tense the mainspring is at the moment.
Power ring (weapon) A power ring is a fictional weapon in the DC Universe, most notably used by the Green Lantern Corps. Due to its versatility, it is considered to be the most powerful weapon of its respective universe, effectively limited only by the imagination of its wielder.
Power run In American football, a "Power push" is a play used out of a variety very offensive positions that consist of two backs (fullback, tailback). Essentially, a power play is a running play with two lead blockers; the fullback and the backside offensive guard.
Power Rangers Power Rangers is a long-running children's TV show adapted from the Japanese tokusatsu Super Sentai franchise, but is not simply an English dub of the original. Rather, it is a 'new' production with English-speaking actors spliced in with the original Japanese footage in varying ratios.
Power Rangers in Space Power Rangers in Space (often abbreviated as PRiS or referred to as simply In Space) was a television show, in the Power Rangers franchise. It was the first full series to be handled by showrunners Judd Lynn and Jonathan Tzachor.
Power Rangers: A Rock Adventure Power Rangers: A Rock Adventure was a soundtrack complination of several songs from the first two seasons of the live-action children's action/adventure series Power Rangers (then known as "Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers"), the songs were performed by Ron Wasserman (billed by his alias of "The Mighty RAW" on the album). It was released as a CD and a two-sided tape cassete at the height of the series popularity, with a single from the album also released indivdually.
Power Rangers: Dino Thunder Power Rangers: Dino Thunder (often abbreviated as PRDT and often simply called Dino Thunder) was an American children's television series, an incarnation of the Power Rangers franchise. As with all Power Rangers series, it was adapted from a series from the long running, Japanese Super Sentai franchise, in this case the 27th, Bakuryuu Sentai Abaranger.
Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue Power Rangers: Lightspeed Rescue (often abbreviated as PRLR and often simply called Lightspeed Rescue) was the 2000 incarnation of the Power Rangers TV franchise, based on the Super Sentai series Kyuukyuu Sentai GoGo-V.
Power Rangers: Mystic Force Power Rangers: Mystic Force (often abbreviated as PRMF and simply called Mystic Force) is an American television series, the most recent program produced as part of the Power Rangers franchise. As with all Power Rangers series, the show is adapted from a series in the long-running Japanese tokusatsu franchise, Super Sentai.
Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive (abbreviated as PROO and Operation Overdrive, and formerly known as Power Rangers: Relic Hunters and Power Rangers: Drive ForceThe working titles for the series were "Power Rangers: Relic Hunters" and "Power Rangers: Drive Force". http://powerrangersrelichunters.
Power Rangers: The Official Single Power Rangers: The Official Single was released in 1994 on CD and tape cassette, during the first season of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and at the height of the series' popularity. Coincidentally, this was also the time Zig and Zag released their single.
Power Rangers: Time Force Power Rangers: Time Force (often abbreviated as PRTF and often simply called Time Force) was the 2001 incarnation of the Power Rangers series, based on the Super Sentai series Mirai Sentai Timeranger, running for 40 half-hour episodes from February to November of 2001.
Power Rangers: Turbo Power Rangers: Turbo (often abbreviated as PRT, and often simply called Turbo) was a television show based on the Japanese Super Sentai television series Gekisou Sentai Carranger it is the fifth season of Power Rangers.
Power Rangers: Wild Force Power Rangers: Wild Force (often abbreviated as PRWF and often simply called Wild Force) was the tenth anniversary of the Power Rangers franchise, based on the Super Sentai series Hyakujuu Sentai Gaoranger, which itself was the 25th anniversary of Super Sentai.
Power Rangers: Zeo Power Rangers: Zeo (often abbreviated as PRZ, and often simply called Zeo) is a continuation of the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. It is based on the Super Sentai series Chouriki Sentai Ohranger.
Power Render Power Render is a general purpose software development kit for games and |3D visualization. In addition to providing an API for developers, several tools are provided for artists for building content and previewing models in realtime from Autodesk's 3ds max, Alias Wavefront's Maya (software), and Newtek's Lightwave.
Power Ring (character) Power Ring is the name of several DC Comics supervillains-- counterparts of Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner and John Stewart. Originally residing on Earth-Three, which was subsequently destroyed during the 12-issue limited series Crisis on Infinite Earths, Power Ring along with the other Syndicators ended up being re-created in the Anti-Matter Universe's Earth.
Power seat A power seat in an automobile is a front seat which can be adjusted by using a switch or joystick and a set of small electric motors. Most cars with this feature have controls for the driver's seat only, though almost all luxury cars also have power controls for the front passenger seat.
Power semiconductor device Power semiconductor devices are semiconductor devices used as switches or rectifiers in power electronic circuits (switch mode power supplies for example). They are also called power devices or when used in integrated circuits, called power ICs.
Power strip A power strip (also known as a plug board, power board, power bar, distribution board, gangplug, plugbar or multibox) is a strip of sockets that attaches to the end of a flexible cable and allows multiple devices to be plugged in. As such it can be considered a type of trailing socket though that term is more often used for single and double cable mounted sockets.
Power suit A power suit is a type of suit now stereotypically associated with 1980s business environments. It is characterized by sharp cuts, wide shoulder pads and a stiff rigidity, making its wearer look angular, and powerful.
Power supply (Star Trek) In the fictional Star Trek universe, starships have a power core that takes up most of the height from the roof to the floor of the engineering section of the vessel. In the 24th century all Starfleet vessels use matter/antimatter power cores.
Power supply in Norway The power supply in Norway is primarily from hydroelectric power plants. Of the total production in 2004 of 110 TWh, 109 TWh was from hydroelectric plants, 900 GWh was from thermal power, and 260 GWh was wind generated.
Power symbol The power symbol is a symbol indicating that a control activates or deactivates a particular device. It is a stylized 1 and 0, typically represented by a circle with a vertical line running from the center of the circle up and out of the circle.
Power Station (band) Power Station was a supergroup made up of singer Robert Palmer, bassist John Taylor and guitarist Andy Taylor of Duran Duran, and former CHIC drummer Tony Thompson; two other CHIC members, Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers were also involved on the studio side. The band was formed in New York City late in 1984 during a break in Duran Duran's schedule that became a lengthy hiatus, and were named after the Power Station recording studio where their album was conceived and recorded.
Power Station Staudinger Grosskrotzenburg The power station Staudinger Grosskrotzenburg is a modern hard coal-beaconed thermal power station at Grosskrotzenburg, east of Frankfurt. A characteristic of this power station is the fact that the latest block, block 5, does not have a chimney, but (desulphurised) the flue gases over the cooling tower to be emitted.