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airconditioners

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  • noun Plural form of airconditioner.

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Examples

  • “India will make energy efficiency ratings a must for electric appliances, including airconditioners and refrigerators, from January, stepping up domestic efforts to fight climate change.”

    Wonk Room » The WonkLine: August 3, 2009

  • China could put its industrial muscle into things line photovoltaic cells, which would see the same transformation ion costs and availability as we have seen in airconditioners.

    China and the Urbanism of Ambition « Stephen Rees's blog

  • Infiniti Retail, which sources its products from places like Hong Kong jointly with Australian partner Woolworths Ltd., also sells more mainstream products such as microwaves, airconditioners, table fans and laptop computers under its own brand.

    Infiniti Retail to Open More Small Stores

  • Followed up by that, LG electronics will market airconditioners coated with kimchi substances.

    Russian Anti Car Theft

  • If you think I've neglected birding, you should see the condition my storm door and airconditioners are in, never mind the back yard and the gate which are not on Monday's agenda.

    oh my

  • Computer Sciences Corporation, Fedders, manufacturer of airconditioners, Metasolv, a software company, National City Corporation of Bank holding Companies, Suntrust Banks and SurePrep, a tax preparer.

    CNN Transcript Jan 9, 2004

  • Residents in parts of Sydney's Inner West have endured stifling temperatures without any electricity to run airconditioners, fans or fridges.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • As people turned to their airconditioners for cooling, Western Power reported a record system peak yesterday of 4068 megawatts against the previous summer peak of 4028 megawatts recorded on February 25, 2010.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • But they are challenging the ruling, saying they need to charge even more for reliable supply because of the Black Saturday bushfires and growing demand from airconditioners and other appliances.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • TV channels warned nearby residents to stay indoors, turn off airconditioners and not to drink tap water.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

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