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

Take two kilowatts of ammoniated quinine and beat up with one very large egg—a swan's for choice.

Kilowatts—Your electric bill usually reads in kilowatt hours.

To convert kilowatts into horse-power add one-third; to convert horse-power into kilowatts, subtract one-fourth.

In size it is small, but in output it is capable of producing 100 kilowatts of electrical power.

That means four hundred kilowatts on the aerial, and I guess that can plough through the worst static that ever happened.

Three power houses were provided, with a total capacity of 26,500 kilowatts.

Steam-engines in modern practice are often rated in kilowatts instead of horse-power.

For convenience (as a watt is a small quantity) electricity is measured in kilowatts, or 1,000 watts.

His answer indicated that approximately a total of two billion kilowatts were available.

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