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Synonyms for windmill

a mill that is powered by the wind

generator that extracts usable energy from winds

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All competitors are staying at Llanwrtyd Wells, with the Royal Welsh picking up the pounds 150,000 accommodation bill.
He had an accommodation bill amounting to nearly pounds 2,000, a pounds 480 spend on restaurants and made a withdrawal of pounds 150 on his corporate credit card.
During his four-month stay his accommodation bill, which he paid up front, came to pounds 378,000 I the cost of a decent-sized house in London.
He'll be paying an accommodation bill well over e100,000 for their two-night stay.
When accommodation bills are paid in Egyptian pounds, papers must be provided to prove the conversion of the money in local banks.
As well as the human cost of the failures, local council budgets are also being put under strain by increasing accommodation bills, the Public Accounts Committee found.
January 22, 2016 (JUBA) -- South Sudanese government has announced to take over accommodation bills for SPLM in opposition advance team in Juba after Troika countries ended their support on Friday.
Visiting the first four or five franchisees on a personal basis every few months is one thing; establishing a professional support office for 50 or more franchisees with staff, communications, travel and accommodation bills is a very different matter.
For parents, who are likely to be footing at least part of the accommodation bills for the next three to four years, this raises an important question - is it worth investing in a property for your child during their university career?
As hosts of the pilot launch, held in partnership with the resort's developer, Omran, guests can donate to the Dar al Atta'a directly from their dining and accommodation bills to supA[degrees]port local communities.