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Correct spelling: Generating

Common misspellings:

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Examples of usage:

  1. Remember that the tide- generating force varies inversely as the cube of distance, wherefore a small change of distance will produce a great difference in the tide- force.  Pioneers of Science by Oliver Lodge
  2. People become sickly from living too long together; from pursuing continuously one branch of study or labor; from meeting too often with one class of minds; from living on one kind of food, or on food cooked by one person; besides, there are countless other causes; agitations of mind, overtasked and irregular lives are constantly generating impure magnetisms, with which the whole atmosphere is tainted, and which those who are susceptible are forced to absorb.  Dawn by Mrs. Harriet A. Adams
  3. Thus neither on the side of in- drawing nor of out- giving is there any constraining of the Power, while in both cases there is an initiative and selective action on the part of the individual- for the generating of power he takes the initiative of invoking it by contemplation, and he makes selection of the sort of power to invoke; while on the giving- out side he makes selection of the purpose for which the Power is to be employed, and takes the initiative by his thought of directing the Power to that purpose.  The Creative Process in the Individual by Thomas Troward
  4. It seems, indeed, the generating power.  Tragedy by Ashley H. Thorndike
  5. There is still another way of generating electricity besides those that we have named; which are friction, chemical action, and the magneto- electric mode of generating a current.  Electricity and Magnetism Nature's Miracles, Vol. III. by Elisha Gray
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