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  • So we figured that we should levelize the knowledge playing field.

  • So we figured that we should levelize the knowledge planning fields.

  • What we said, I think, last quarter call was that we thought those low use customers were starting to levelize out.

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  • For if we had formed such a committee and awaited its recommendations, we could have used that money to make a transformative change to our infrastructure: retrofit coal factories for fewer emissions, build nuclear power plants in every state, expand wind energy throughout the Midwest, and invest in infrastructure improvements to better levelize energy generation.

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  • So, on those two particular initiatives, Tom is 100\% correct that, we do have it planned, so we try to levelize the cost savings as much as possible, but the big up ticks on the gross margin side related to those two will be towards the end of this year until early

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  • So when you levelize [ph] that, that also gets you back down to a price increase that is slightly below our -- revenue per student increase slightly below our price increase.

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  • The consumer would see comparatively little price impact at the pump because fuels are blended and because competition would tend to levelize retail prices.

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  • Declining block rates levelize the utility's revenue collection, minimizing the impact of extreme weather.

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  • In our citizens 'minds, 20j was part of the bargain Midland taxpayers made with the State of Michigan with approval of Prop A. 20j was presented by their state government as their assurance that Prop A would be used to raise all school districts up … not to levelize by bringing top-performing districts down.

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  • No. But you don't need to store much solar power until the peaks of solar power get toward the total usage at those moments (it's before they actually reach it because power plants generally can't just shut down and restart easily - but I am presuming they can vary their output significantly at the control of operators - am I wrong, and if so, isn't that a problem with solutions available?) - and a significant percentage of the area under the total usage curve over a given day can be filled by solar power before that happens; short scale and then intermediate scale transmission will help levelize local spikes and valleys.

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  • "to even out, to equalize a source" --Urban Dictionary

    Because, you know, "level" just wasn't good enough.

    October 19, 2009