regenerative

[ ri-jen-er-uh-tiv, -uh-rey-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF regenerative
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Wind and Wave and Sun: how regenerative these elder brothers are.

Even for the Micawbers a land of lots of room was regenerative.

In the regenerative circuit the tube is performing two jobs at once.

After much experimenting on the Invention of the Siemens regenerative burner.

These were the early steps which led finally to the regenerative burner.

Yet behold the schemes of revolution claiming the regenerative.

In this way it still fulfilled its educative and regenerative mission.

The special set that represented the advance they had made in radio reception included the regenerative principle.

It involved three controls, the wave-length tuning, the regenerative coil, and the filament rheostat.

In their place the regenerative stoves of the Whitwell and Cowper types (figs. 10 and 11) are used.

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