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electrifications

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  • n. Plural form of electrification.

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Examples

  • Northern Province and North West accounting for 58 percent of all electrifications.

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  • In line with its electrification promise of connecting 300000 homes in 1995, Morgan said the company managed to complete 317179 new direct domestic electrifications.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Gilbertson said Eskom had done all the project electrifications free of charge.

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  • The electrification of a body is a physical quantity capable of measurement, and two or more electrifications can be combined experimentally with a result of the same kind as when two quantities are added algebraically.

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  • "We believe climate change is real, and we need to be part of the solution," said Nancy Gioia, who was appointed earlier this month to the new position of Ford's director of electrifications.

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  • The group explained that it had ascertained from the Ministry of Power with relevant documentation from the ministry's routine assessments that 72 out of the grid extension projects had been executed, while 20 of the solar electrifications projects had also been executed.

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  • The list included 20 blocks of classroom for Bwari primary schools, the 18 rural electrifications and solar energy projects located at Dutse Alhaji, Bwari town, Zuma, Ushafa,

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