- v. present participle of harness.
“Starting the 2010 season and continuing through their second century, BYC will also begin harnessing the power of the sun.”
“Rather, thanks to the advances of modern technology and to the efforts of international organizations in harnessing that technology, namely the Internet, so journalists worldwide have access to valuable sources -- and to each other.”
“If I recall correctly, there was nothing but praise — from both Left and Right — for the savvy that the Left (whatever that term means) displayed in harnessing new technology.”
“He has all the shots and might just need a little bit of experience in harnessing his aggression in majors.”
“Red scientists, according to the story, succeeded in harnessing the same deadly rays given off by the sun but until now rendered harmless to man by distance and atmospheric interference.”
“Germany, with its leadership in harnessing solar power.”
“It would also be of great help in harnessing natural sources of power like wind, solar, waves, lightning, and anything else we can think of. mdq » Power your home with LIGHTNING!”
“I believe in harnessing these ubiquitous technologies to optimize your health.”
“A common sense of pride in harnessing the wilderness, in tying the nation together with bands of steel.”
“A necessary change is a world government able to keep the peace and get nations to cooperate in harnessing the great powers of science to serve mankind.”
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