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Synonyms for generate

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

Synonyms for generate

produce (energy)

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Wind projects completed just in 2003 will generate $5 million annually in payments.
The finished plant will apply iESi's clean energy technology to generate a power capacity of 12 MW/hr.
Unix is expected to generate 47% of the world's digital data, making it the largest overall storage market by the year 2007.
The Melodist, for example, will generate a brand new song complete with introduction, chords, melody and arrangement, in any specified style.
Ten rubles, a hemogoblin of 10, 10 penny nails are examples where the end user's knowledge and the data's context are needed to realize meaning or generate information.
Work in Siegal's and Bocarsly's laboratories demonstrated that HSV selectively stimulates NIPCs to generate IFN-[alpha].
Holmes' company, Holmes Pest Control, generated some $90,000 in 2001 and she expects that as a result of attending the Entrepreneurs Conference, the firm will not only double its revenues by the end of next year but also generate almost $300,000 in annual revenues by 2004, and possibly reach half a million by 2005.
Particularly relevant for our library-based linewidth measurement system is the fact that MONSEL's inputs are in the form of files, which must be painstakingly edited for each of the hundreds of simulations that must be performed to generate a library.
For the full year 2001, the company expects to generate pro forma revenues of $500.0 million and pro forma earnings per share of $0.53.
The new plant is part of plan to build six new merchant power plants that will generate more than 6,000 megawatts of power.
According to the new privatization plan, the nuclear plants, which generate 12% of Argentina's electricity, will be offered up at auction mid-year, carrying no base price and the obligation to maintain and operate the plant for the rest of its service life.
If the thrower is too high, he may not be able to generate the lift needed for the throw.
The Supreme Court did not base its decision on this argument because it accepted the IRS's alternative contention that the same "taxpayer" that sustained the loss was not involved "since the income against which the offset is claimed was not produced by substantially the same businesses which incurred the losses."(26) The loss corporations continued to sustain losses after the merger and the Court noted that if there had been no merger there would have been no opportunity to use their pre-merger losses in the taxable year at issue because they did not generate income in that year.
Kauffman's big idea is to show that this intuition is wrong, that a) if you have enough random catalyzed reactions in a set of chemicals, you get catalytic closure, b) the ratio of reactions to molecule types increases as the number of molecule types increases, and therefore c) if you gather up enough different chemicals, and each has a very small random chance of catalyzing any given reaction, then you are guaranteed to generate a collectively autocatalytic system.