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a unit of electrical energy equal to the work done when a current of one ampere passes through a resistance of one ohm for one second

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Wind turbines accounted for over 30% of the DEG market in 2013.
The DEG sees the loan as an investment in the key agricultural sector and for Agra as a means to invest in local infrastructure.
In 2011, on grid segment dominated the DEG systems market while off grid segment accounted for just over 1% of the market.
This includes -- NBR (nitrile butadiene rubber) insulation products, suitable for refrigeration applications operating at temperatures down to -50 deg C.
And when the team measured the binocular overlap of the shark with the widest hammerhead, the winghead shark, it was a colossal 48 deg.
Dove Energy Group DEG aims to expand its oil and gas production investments in the Middle East , North Africa and Caspian regions.
Extra payments will also be made to cover this week after forecasters predicted the temperature will remain below0 deg C until for the next few days - so some pensioners will get a total pounds 50.
It is set to stay warm well into this week, hitting the mid-20s deg C (75-80 deg F) in the south-east and low-20s deg C (71-77 deg F) elsewhere.
In Dorset, Bournemouth beach was packed as temperatures reached 22 deg C (72 deg F) - as warm as Barcelona.
Warmest places in Britain yesterday: London, Torquay, Great Yarmouth 59 deg, Coldest: Stornoway (Outer Hebrides), 34 deg.
Today's forecast shows the mercury hitting a near tropical 23 deg C (73 deg F) in Cheltenham.
The first angle grinders equipped with Hilti's Smart Power[TM] system and Active Torque Control (ATC)--the 5-inch DEG 500-D and 6-inch DEG 600-D and DEG 600-P are now available.
Portable DVD player sales are projected to grow 57 percent versus last year, the DEG said.
max{deg a, deg b, deg c} [less than or equal to] [n.