Switch-on sentence example

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  • In a few minutes, a nurse came in and flipped a switch on the wall.
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  • If you are scared of getting chilblains in the marble-floored bathroom, you can switch on the underfloor heating.
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  • How wonderful it was to be able to switch on the lights indoor without worrying about pulling the blackout curtains.
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  • You also switch on the hot water immersion heater yourself.
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  • And while you're figuring that one out, switch on your telly and watch some American wrestling.
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  • Kyle having made ready to start work, signaled to his fellow worker to switch on the electric power.
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  • And while you 're figuring that one out, switch on your telly and watch some American wrestling.
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  • Make sure there is plenty of light - Natural light is best, but if it is dark inside a room, switch on the light.
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  • You can also choose a design with the switch on the base of the table lamp or on its cord.
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  • In early 2009, Dean Foods, the manufacturer of Silk, made a subtle switch on the printing and packaging of Silk soy milk products.
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  • Add your favorite children's mentholated vaporizer solution to the reservoir and switch on the unit.
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  • A switch on the machine's body activates the blades and disks.
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  • Flameless candles on timers can be set to switch on and off at various times of the day.
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  • Many battery operated candles also offer a flicker effect that resembles wax candles, as well as various timers and sensors to control when and how often they switch on and off.
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  • Instead, you can switch on a monthly basis between Cigna Traditional, Cigna Dental PPO, and Cigna Dental Care (DHMO).
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