it runs on alternating current
It runs on "alternating" current (AC)
electric current; AC current (alternating current); usually on 220V or 110V current.
In the United States 120 volts at 60 cycles.
A thin TV runs on DC, an older vacuum tube set would run on a mix of AC and DC, and they both get their power from an AC socket in the wall.
The television runs on Direct current or DC. Though AC is applied, it is converted to DC and used by the television to operate.
AC or Alternating Current. 115 Volts in the U.S. and other parts of the world. 224 Volts in Europe and other countries.
how about her house?! she's in her living room which is plastered which an-ti Truman show stuff and then runs down to find him at the studio
A current account surplus signifies that the country is exporting more than importing or it is supplying more to the world than it takes from other countries. The current account surplus country is NOT consuming all its production, hence living below its means. On the other hand, a country running a persistent deficit in its current account is a net importer and paying more than it is producing, hence living beyond its means. Arun Goel
easy, only you need to know how a television runs... easy, only you need to know how a television runs...
no major warm water current runs through it
Television runs on electrical energy.
A rivers current slows down when it runs into a bend.
As Time Runs Out - 1999 TV is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
See How She Runs - 1978 TV is rated/received certificates of: Australia:PG Iceland:L
The Mozambique current runs down the east cost of Africa (Indian Ocean)
The Agulhas is the ocean current the runs along the Kenyan coast.
South Atlantic Current
A current that runs parallel to the shoreline is called a rip tide or rip current.
"Runs Deep" is their current slogan.
Runs the country
Oxygen burns hydrogen in the living system, releasing the energy that runs living beings.