It was a 1959 Plymouth Suburban station wagon.
a driven gear is a gear that controls the driven gear.
driven at 1885, Not sure if it was invented in the same year though.
there is about 2-3 billion cars driven each day.
yes you do
The cast of Driven to Extraction - 1963 includes: Dayton Allen as Sidney
Watson did not take the first nor second cab, but he was driven to Victoria station in a brougham driven by none other than Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock's older brother.
Turbines that are driven by falling water.
The world's first power station was built in the town of Ettal in Bavaria. This power station was driven by a steam engine and was built in 1878 by Sigmund Schuckert.
A steam turbine/generator in a power station, a small gasoline powered generator, or a 12v alternator in your car driven by the engine.
The Confederates under Sidney Johnston, regarded by many as the best General in the South. Johnston was killed in this battle, and his second-in-command, P.G.T. Beauregard, was driven off by Grant on the second day.
Power turbines are driven by steam. Steam can be raised by thermal, nuclear or geothermal processes. Wind and water can also drive a generator. The auxiliaries for a power station (which I think is what this question is asking) are typically powered by step down transformers within the power station. In nuclear power stations there are often standby-critical supplies which are driven by gas turbines or diesel generators.
Electricity is most often generated at a power station by electromechanical generators, primarily driven by heat engines fueled by chemical combustion or nuclear fission but also by other means such as the kinetic energy of flowing water and wind.
what is an alternator driven by
It is belt driven
What is the difference between a model-driven and data-driven DSS?