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energize

verb activate, agitate, animate, augment, boost, charge, dynamize, elate, electrify, empower, enliven, excite to action, exhilarate, galvanize, give life to, goad, imbue with life, incite, inflame, inspire, intensify, invigorate, kindle, labor, liven, magnetize, pep up, quicken, reinforce, restore, spur, stimulate, strain, strengthen, struggle, toil, vitalize, vivify
See also: activate, agitate, empower, incite, reinforce, renew, restore, stimulate
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These days Energized Customs consists of seven people, including close friends and family members.
In all, twelve boxes were installed, six adjacent to the energized cable and six adjacent to the unenergized one.
Although it may be necessary to troubleshoot and/or test equipment on energized equipment, attempting to effect repairs or perform maintenance on energized conductors or circuit parts is prohibited in the CE career field except in rare circumstances.
Approaches using energized solutions can increase the overall productivity of wells over the entire lifecycle, while reducing the water needed for the fracturing process and minimizing environmental effects.
Our Energized Corps program helps accomplish these goals elegantly and efficiently,” commented Nadia Vincent, Founder and CEO of End Burn Out.
At present, all Pablo-hit NGCP facilities connecting power customers are fully energized," the NGCP said.
NASDAQ: ENPH) today announced the launch of its online Enphase Energized AC Solutions Marketplace, where solar installers can explore AC Solutions from some of the world's leading PV module brands.
area shows were all signs that the Chicks remain sassy, confident entertainers devoted to the attitude that energizes their fans, who by the way, were very energized.
2]), one highly energized and one ordinary, can combine in the upper atmosphere to yield extra ozone.
Linde North America, a member of The Linde Group, a world-leading gases and engineering company, today announced that Linde technology specialist Robin Watts, the oil & gas technology manager for Linde's Energy Solutions business in North America, will discuss fracturing applications using energized solutions at a meeting of the Amarillo Petroleum Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers in Amarillo, Texas on September 18, 2012.
He's a coach that's always energized, and that energizes us.
All lasers work by amplifying light as it passes through energized material.