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1 The program would generate a lot of new jobs.
2 A dynamo is used to generate electricity.
3 The Employment Minister said the reforms would generate new jobs.
4 He plans to barnstorm across the state to generate public support.
5 Wind turbines generate electricity for the local community.
6 The wind turbines are used to generate electricity.
7 Most cities generate a complex brew of pollutants.
8 Living cells generate energy from food.
9 Our company will help you generate site traffic.
10 The new development will generate 1500 new jobs.
11 The project will not generate any revenue until 2010.
12 We need someone to generate new ideas.
13 Building larger roads could generate more traffic.
14 They use these streams to generate power for the mill.
15 These measures will increase the club's ability to generate revenue/income.
16 The company should be able to generate business on the back of existing contracts.
17 This book will continue to generate excitement for a long time.
18 Computers[sentencedict.com], faxes and photocopiers all generate heat of their own.
19 To generate new money the sport needs to be more entertaining.
20 By investing in efficient plant it could generate lots of valuable carbon credits to sell to wealthier, more wasteful nations.
21 These nerve centres generate rhythmic movements; or to be more specific, rhythmic stomach movements.
22 The company, New England Electric, burns coal to generate power.
23 The release of the report was timed to generate maximum publicity.
24 Her speech missed the mark and failed to generate the public support she had been hoping for.
25 The proposed tidal barrage would generate enough electricity to supply between 60 000 and 80 000 homes.
26 It is already evident that new roads only generate new traffic.
27 A good rule of thumb is that a broker must generate sales of ten times his salary if his employer is to make a profit.
28 The timing of the minister's visit, however,[www.Sentencedict.com] could somewhat detract from the goodwill it's supposed to generate.
29 We can harness the power of the wind to generate electricity.
30 A business with so much growth is sure to generate interest among potential acquirers.
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