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Synonyms for energy

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Synonyms for energy

enterprising or ambitious drive

an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

a healthy capacity for vigorous activity

any source of usable power

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the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States

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EFT Group has denied allegations in the press that the purchase of energy from the energy reserve of the National Electricity Transmission Company (NEK) has incurred damages to the state company.
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As your energy reserves dive, adenosine builds up in your body.
These energy reserves are handy for reproduction, for periods of food shortage and for general growth and maintenance.
To rate body condition, you can use a scale that ranks cows by fatness, an indication of body energy reserves.
Gilbert was editor of Energy Exploration and Exploitation, a journal with major coverage of analysis of world energy reserves and edited other publications.
People who tend to skip meals encourage their thyroid gland to lower metabolism in response to low energy reserves.
In simple terms, a net increase in biomass should mean an increase in the amount of solar radiation diverted to energy reserves.
A Stage Three emergency is only issued when energy reserves fall below one percent.
That infrastructure relies primarily on fossilized energy reserves, be they petroleum-based or uranium-based.
It uses a one-step chemical reaction of shallow energy reserves stored directly in the muscle fibers.
The wind energy reserves in land total 253 million kilowatts, and offshore areas of wind energy reserves to be developed total 750 million kilowatts, a total of 1 billion kilowatts.
Endeavour International Corporation is an oil and gas exploration and production company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of energy reserves in the North Sea and the United States.
In a move to promote itself as a major global oil and gas producer, and to strengthen energy reserves, Iraq awarded various contracts to foreign firms which would result in increasing oil output and even exploring the country for fresh energy sources.
Summary: World oil prices fell on Wednesday on profit-taking following President Barack Obama's re-election victory and before the latest snapshot of US energy reserves.
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