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pad the bill
to add false expenses to a bill
The salesman often pads the bill when he goes on a business trip.
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  • Precautions while using Electrical Equipment

    One hand face and body to side

    Use one hand with your face and body turned to the side when operating a safety switch. Limit possible injuries by not placing body parts directly in front of energized equipment when there is danger of an arc flash. If a device has a metal enclosure or other exposed metal parts then there is a danger that these exposed metal parts could become live during a fault and this could itself cause an electric shock. The voltage on the exposed metal parts during a fault is known as the Touch Voltage.


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