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nuclear power

noun as in atomic energy

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Spot went on sale last year and the company claims it has sold roughly 400 of the $75,000 bots to companies in fields like nuclear power, mining, and high-end construction.

Inside, tourists loomed over scale models of nuclear power plants, particle accelerators, and the Lenin, the world’s first nuclear-powered icebreaker ship.

The Green Premium is the additional cost of getting all our power from non-emitting sources, including wind, solar, nuclear power, and coal- and natural-gas-fired plants equipped with devices that capture the carbon they produce.

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When I took a seat on the unaltered and perfectly level chair in front of his desk, the Admiral asked me bluntly why I took so many philosophy classes and if I thought I could handle the technical rigors of nuclear power school.

Even some kinds of safe nuclear power like thorium reactors.

His first feature film, Jellyfish Eyes, debuted last year and was set in a town near a threatening nuclear power plant.

Obama is right that when it comes to a major nuclear power like Russia, prudence is the best policy.

As an example of the new knowledge, the Port Huron statement endorsed the development of nuclear power.

The kettle was adamantly calling the pot black as Netanyahu accused Iran of doing all sorts of shady things with nuclear power.

And the Japanese government wants to hold on to nuclear power because they are interested in producing nuclear bombs.

They had some nuclear power, introduced a century or so ago by traders from Marduk, one of the really civilized planets.

Even given nuclear power, the energy cost of really exploiting a planet is prohibitive.

It's designed to show the men of the future how to do everything from treating a common cold to exploding nuclear power.

It might be an open vehicle, similar to our flying platforms, but with vastly more powerful nuclear power plants.

Let us increase the use of renewable power and emissions-free nuclear power.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nuclear power, such as: atomic power, and thermonuclear power.

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