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  • v. Present participle of harnass.


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  • Further down the road, Kaku argues, we'll be getting alot more energy directly from the Sun, and then by harnassing tremendous forces such as black holes or quantum fluctuations.

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  • But, it hardly moves us forward as it pertains to humanity understanding and harnassing the mechanisms of nature.

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  • It will do so by harnassing both the intermittent power from onshore and offshore wind, but also from the baseload power from wave and tidal.

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  • The NSP promotes a "Global Marshall Plan" to eliminate hunger by harnassing a small \% of each wealthy nation's Gross Domestic Product for hunger relief and sustainable development and the elimination of preventable diseases.



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