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anywhere with strong running water that's falling usually (big waterfalls) from usually man made huge damnshydroelectric energy is utilised just about everywhere where energy is needed.+++Actually the hydro-electric power-stations are usually remote from most ofthe electricity's users because they can only be built on rivers offering suitable physical conditions for efficient energy extraction. That may be a large river with a low fall, or smaller rivers in steep valleys.
The kinetic energy of any moving object is one-half the product ofthe object's mass and the square of its speed.
No. If all forces acting on the planet were balanced and their sum were zero, then Venus would bemoving in a straight line. Instead, it's moving in a path that's nearly a perfect circle, because ofthe force of gravitation constantly attracting Venus and the sun toward each other.
To our knowledge, the amplitude of the echo isn't used in the determination ofthe range to the target. The amplitude depends on the size, shape, and surfacecomposition of the target, so it's not a reliable indicator of the distance. The distanceis determined primarily by measuring the time delaybefore the echo returns to thesource of the sound.
It begins selling shares of stock in a public stock
I'm not (nor do I have the power to). The network isn't going to, either. Local stations do have the power to bring back syndicated reruns, however.
The Nantes team was the winner ofthe Ligue 1 in 2000.
The Lyon club was the winner ofthe Ligue 1 in 2001.
The coffee bean is the seed ofthe fruit ofthe coffee bush.
FC Nantes was the winner ofthe Coupe de France in 1978.
FC Nantes was the winner ofthe Coupe de France in 1979.
FC Nantes was the winner ofthe Coupe de France in 2000.
Strasbourg was the winner ofthe Coupe de la Ligue in 2005.
Nancy was the winner ofthe Coupe de la Ligue in 2006.
The winner ofthe Coupe de France in 1935 was Olympique de Marseille.