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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GENERATING

You will oppose these generating ideas to 'Atheism' and321 'Anarchy.'

There are two ways of "generating" electricity on the car: 1.

These, apparently, were generating current at an extremely high frequency.

The water, however, does not move away from the generating source.

The generating idea, the word, was not only at the foundation of all these edifices, but also in the form.

We are generating steam in a boiler which is already cankered with rust.

A device for generating electricity is called a dynamo (Fig. 152).

Properly speaking, the engine has nothing to do with generating steam.

The Serpollet system is a peculiar method of generating steam.

It appears to be produced by the generating of gas in a cavernous receiver.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1500, "to beget" (offspring), a back-formation from generation or else from Latin generatus, past participle of generare "to beget, produce" (see generation); originally "to beget;" in reference to natural forces, conditions, substances, etc., attested from 1560s. Related: Generated; generating.

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