- v. present participle of generate.
“Fair enough since its a term generating millions of queries.”
“While the industry may face some challenges in generating a major grassroots campaign demanding a Canadian DMCA, more important is their planned Copyright FAQ which unsurprisingly tells only one side of the story.”
“While the release succeeded in generating attention, the report does not come close to supporting these claims.”
“While release succeeded in generating attention, the report does not come close to supporting these claims.”
“A curriculum relying on the ocean, the bird, and the scholar, on the red man and his blue tabulae, would produce a love of the arts and humanities that we have not yet succeeded in generating in the population at large.”
“As the history of Apollo show, generating a popular 'buzz' is the first and a most important step in generating enough support developing real hardware and flying real missions.”
“It seems like all of the buzz the new places are generating is working.”
“These images both show Simplex noise using the same X and Z coordinates, this time using time as a final variable in generating 3D noise in order to allow different landscapes to be produced.”
“The difficulties in generating wealth make it hard for the government to find revenue for its spending plans.”
“It expects 18 large projects to come online and begin generating cash between 2010 and 2012.”
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