Power Definition

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1. and by 1989 Mikhail Gorbachev was in power promising perestroika—a comprehensive restructuring of Soviet politics and economy—and glasnost, a policy of openness and transparency. 1
2. .. paper analyses basic electrical characteristics of intelligent power modules ( IPM including its structure and interior function mechanism. 1
3. “Building new coal-fired power plants is ill conceived, ” said James E. Hansen, a leading climatologist at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. 1
4. “One of the reasons I went there was to study a system where men don't have the kind of power we are used to in the West,” said Evelyn Blackwood, an anthropology professor at Purdue University. 1
5. 'Lord Jesus, I give myself to you for this day that your Holy Spirit may have His way in me today. ' Make that your morning prayer. 'THINE (not mine) IS THE power. 1
6. 'She's a professional and powerful exorcist, she knows what she's doing! ' 1
7. " I am powerless to go. 1
8. " Say: "Allah hath certainly power to send down a sign: but most of them understand not. 1
9. " There you are — like a knife through butter,(This website/shovel.html)'said the demonstrator as the powered shovel swung back with its load. 1
10. " There you are — like a knife through butter,'said the demonstrator as the powered shovel swung back with its load. 1
11. " What would you rate the engine at? " " About 12 horse power. " 1
12. "A cashmere sweater still thrills me," she admits. "It has wonderful staying power; it looks chic and modern.". 0
13. "A prince," Niccolo Machiavelli wrote, "should have two fears: one, internal concerning his subjects; the other, external, concerning foreign powers." 1
14. "Amber" energy, corresponding to the human body "round belly", which is a " pubes " position to help raise the temperature of energy, so that the more powerful of the pubes . 1
15. "An immigrant family had moved into a manufactured home without heat, power, and plumbing, and was using candles for light, " he says. 1
16. "Are they giving up the rights to use the search data that powers display advertising? That's still not clear," said Brigantine Advisors analyst Colin Gillis. 1
17. "As an emergent great power, China, too, has the ability not just to act but to lead; to be great not just in size but in influence; to energise others around the world" he will say. 1
18. "Austin Powers" is a spoof on spy films of the '60s. 0
19. "Backward locomotion appears to be a very powerful trigger to mobilize cognitive resources," conclude the authors, of Radboud University Nijmegen. 1
20. "Carriers want to help users socialise their address books. That's the big 2010 emphasis as it unlocks so much power, " says an industry executive. 1
21. "China is now a leading space power — right now, only three countries explore space intensively, namely Russia, the United States and China, " he said. 1
22. "Come to the power and Light Company, " read the signs we put up along the machi , the main street in town, inviting the community for free coffee, cake and conversation in English. 1
23. "Congress exercises this power largely through its standing committee system," he said in a 2001 CRS report on the work of Congress. 1
24. "Do you think that another country will step in to become the dominant military power in the region?" — "Maybe.". 1
25. "Down and Out in Paris and London" is a powerful book, but you are always wondering what this obviously decent, well-read, talented person is doing washing dishes in the kitchen of a Paris hotel. 1
26. "Farewell to My Concubine" is a powerful film ... a landmark ...It successfully merges the commercialism of HK moviedom with the artistic purity of China's "Fifth-generation" directors. 1
27. "Following the Opium War, China gradually became a semi-colonial and semi-feudal society, and foreign powers stepped up their aggression against China," he added. 1
28. "From a semiconductor and power-management point of view, wireless charging is a natural extension of what we have been doing, " says Masoud Beheshti, director of battery-charge management at TI. 0
29. "Headphones contain magnets, and some of these magnets are powerful, " said Dr. William Maisel, a cardiologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. 1
30. "How can it be borne?" The picturesque and fairylike Shuanghsi River mouth will become a graveyard where 4th Nuclear power Plant discharges the high-temperature wastewater. 1
 

Power

[ˈpou(ə)r]

NOUN

powers (plural noun)

  - the ability to do something or act in a particular way, especially as a faculty or quality.

  - the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events.

  - physical strength and force exerted by something or someone.

  - energy that is produced by mechanical, electrical, or other means and used to operate a device.

VERB

powers (third person present) · powered (past tense) · powered (past participle) · powering (present participle) · -powered (adjective)

  - supply (a device) with mechanical or electrical energy.

  - move or travel with great speed or force.

Synonyms

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