In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In a large galaxy, the black hole can reach a greater size before its surrounding gas is energized enough to stop falling in.
- Electro-magnetism is the force which lights up our cities and energizes our household appliances.
- 90% of standby power is wasted energy, consumed by unnecessarily energised components and inefficient power supply designs.
- The circuit is energised by 6V DC power supply and provided with a backup unit for uninterrupted power supply.
- It is mostly the latent heat from condensation of the water vapor that energizes the storm.
- There should be a visible light and audible warning when the treatment electrode is energized.
- The clasp makes contact with the other terminal of battery to energize the light source.
- They take about three to five minutes to come to full brightness after they are energized.
- He turned when he heard the sound of electricity energizing the room.
- It's still energized by the solar panels.
- Intense heat from gunpowder's pyrotechnic flame energizes electrons in the metal atoms and metal-containing molecules.
- It corresponds directly to the contact pattern energizing the radiation.
- The change in current is detected and the sensor's output is energized.
- When the coil is energised the molecules in the liquid align themselves along the lines of magnetism from the coil, and there they stay for a short while until the earth's own magnetic field slowly disrupts them.
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- She began investing everything in her music which stimulated and energized her.
- If there's a good fit right away, then they experience a sense of recognition and are energized to move on.
- Yes, they must excite, energise and enthuse competent individuals.
- The deeper appreciation will motivate and energize you.
- I was tired and worn out, having been teaching all day, but left her, energised and full of enthusiasm.
- ‘He is excited and energised by the prospect and believes it has much to offer the people of the town,’ says the report.
- And people are excited and energised and inspired because they realise that there can be this kind of empowerment and democracy.
- This empowers and energizes you to move forward in life.
- His striking of the ball is excellent for a relative novice and his enthusiasm for the game seems to energize those around him.
- I'm excited and energised by being part of Walter Smith's revolution.
- It is at this place that we are energized to be more creative.
- It is this motivation that energizes him to do his very best to make sure the students receive the best possible training.
- Now people are saying we're pumped, we're ready to vote tomorrow, we are really energized by this election.
- And I come away from our conversations feeling far more energised and enthused than I do when talking to pretty young things who should, in theory, be more enticing.
- Don't miss your chance to be inspired and energized by what Tom has to say about the future for business.
- ‘It is exciting to see the kids become really interested in politics and good government; for me it has been energizing to catch their enthusiasm,’ he said.
- On his visits there, he felt energised, enthused and full of hope.
- If my enthusiasm for one activity drops off I can move to another that will energise me again.
- His style will excite the fans and energise everyone around the team.
- Everyone felt connected, energized, and enthused; the team was ready to move forward.
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