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There's a good deal of jealousy between our house and Thompson's, and there would have been more fights if this hadn't been let go on, or if either of them had had much the worst of it."
"Now remember," added the Doctor, as he stopped at the turret- door, "this fight is not to go on; you'll see to that.
Through Blyth, we were able to demonstrate to the watching world that the technology worked, and we've been able to use our experience and learning to go on to develop a further 1.5GW of wind capacity off the UK coast.