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to bring (a product or idea, for example) into being

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produce (energy)

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As sophisticated tests of randomness demonstrate, no string of numbers generated by a simple computer process can be truly random.
We have found that the sound generated by raindrops is caused by bubbles whose diameter depends on the diameter of the raindrops," Medwin says.
We use water because dye techniques give you colored pictures that are a lot clearer than the smoke pictures generated in a wind tunnel," says Gad-el-Hak.
The 100 kWh generated from each $4 contribution will supply about one-tenth of an average home's power supply.
FuelCell Energy services over 50 power plant sites around the globe that have generated more than 124 million kilowatt hours, and conducts R&D on next-generation fuel cell technologies to meet the world's ever-increasing demand for ultra-clean distributed energy.
Sierra Nevada installed a compressor and filtration system to purify methane gas that is generated during the brewery's water treatment process, and then feed it to the power plant for fuel.
ACTC's timetables for the filing of its IND applications with the FDA are dependent upon the preclinical findings completed thus far and data generated in additional preclinical studies being conducted or planned by the Company.
The company's donation in 2005 garnered GSA's Achievement Award for Real Property Innovation for offsetting all emissions generated by that year's show.
Furthermore, application modifications are easily implemented at the model level, with the new source code again automatically generated by the tool.
In 2004-2005, propelled primarily by property tax revenue from businesses, local sources in Rondout School District 72 generated $26,356 per pupil--the highest rate in the state.
Under the complicated rate structure that will take effect in January, a community college campus that used 1,800 kilowatts of power, but generated 180 kilowatts of its own, would pay a distribution charge of $5 per kW on the total 1,800 kW amount, plus a charge of $5.
Given a set S of words, we may define the group <S> of words generated by them as the set of words obtainable by repeatedly taking the products and inverses of words in S (for example, AC' is in <AB, BC> because AC' = AB.
org, uses a radio to pull random numbers out of the atmospheric noise generated by weather systems.
Whether or not hydrogen becomes "the people's energy" depends to a large extent on how it is generated and transported in the current, early stages of development.
The data generated are valuable to the NTP in assessing the mechanism of toxicity of the tested chemicals.