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gen·er·ate

(jen'ĕr-āt),
1. To produce.
2. To procreate.
[L. genero, pp. -atus, to beget]

generate

(jĕn′ə-rāt′)
tr.v. gener·ated, gener·ating, gener·ates
To engender (offspring); procreate.
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Several federal restructuring bills, as well as laws passed in at least 12 states, require that power producers generate part of their electricity from renewable sources.
Saab will also use the Statemate Documentor to automatically generate specification documents from the models.
The wind project will generate enough electricity to annually serve about 600-700 homes.
Matt Petersen, president and CEO of Global Green, an environmental advocacy group, said it's not surprising the DWP would balk at a large entity wanting to generate its own power.
The most economical set I have been able to obtain is <ONE, THREE, FOUR, FIVE, EIGHT, N1NE, TEN, ELEVEN, FOURTEEN, EIGHTEEN, THIRTY, FORTY, ONE DECILLION, ONE DUODECILLION, ONE TREDECILLION> which generates <C,D,E, F,G,H,I,K,L,N,O,R,T,V,Y> as follows:
If hackers find out the secret seed, they can generate the entire output sequence instantly by using the same algorithm.
GeriMenu also generates calorie intake recording sheets and weight check sheets, both of which are used for interdisciplinary care planning meetings, which often include residents' family members.
155) can generate electricity much more efficiently than fossil fuel can and without spewing polluting byproducts such as nitrous oxides, which contribute to smog, and carbon dioxide, the most prevalent gas behind global warming.
The province's industry generates more than $9 billion annually and spends more than $600 million each year on research and development.
The electricity it generates is added to the state's power grid through Haywood Electric Membership Corporation (EMC), one of 38 electric utilities offering the NC GreenPower program to customers statewide.
In its current form, for example, the encryption process generates an encoded message that is considerably longer than the original message.