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The motor is a double-cylinder two-cycle one, of ten horsepower.

And I will measure the energy I use in terms of sun-powers, not horsepower.

In fact, nothing but a machine of horsepower could have accomplished that.

Geilsgrefte, horsepower, was best exerted by a horse, he thought.

But let us take five horsepower as a desirable minimum in this instance.

Motors are rated by horsepower, and generators are rated by kilowatts.

But the Gomez-Dep roadster had seventy horsepower, and sang songs.

We're like a liner alongside of her, and we've only got forty horsepower.

The best her forty horsepower could do was to ease the strain.

Then, he is a hundred horsepower or more; and as General of the Army, long may he live!

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