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  • n. A structure somewhat like a windmill for pumping water, either for drainage or for irrigation


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  • There is a legitimate possibility of injury here, presumably, the wind rights restriction would prevent the installation of a windpump, which, while less common in the days of broader electrical availability, are certainly still used.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Using Eminent Domain to Take Wind Rights

  • It is important to involve local users of the windpump in the workshop.

    Chapter 32

  • This is not a manual which teaches the trainer the theory and practice of windpump construction.

    Chapter 4

  • If possible, include several people from the area, where the windpump will be and from the area where the training will take place if the locations are not the same.

    Chapter 4


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