Yes, it has been used for thousands of years by sail boats, and then by sailing ships. It has been used for hundreds of years by windmills to pump water.
It has been very successful because it is a renewable resource. Hi Mya!
yes it has been used successfully in the past
Wind Energy is successfully used in western areas or farms or flat lands
yes it has been used successfully .....because of what.......
Nuclear power is successfully used right now.
Yes it has been successful in the past
That depends a LOT on what you mean by "it".
Britain has the largest offshore wind farm in the world, the 175-turbines of the London Array wind farm, off the Kentcoast.
yes because they also are good now. this makes no sense. is there something I am missing?
The past participle is winded.
Yes. Wind power is already used successfully in many localities in Australia. As of 2012, there are 767 operational wind farms in Australia, and another 6785 proposed wind farms. See the related link below for more information on these wind farms.
Both forms are 'wound'.
The past perfect tense of 'wind' is had wound.Example: She had wound a ribbon in her hair.The past perfect tense of 'wind' is had winded.Example: He had winded himself by taking the stairs.
Well I don't undestand why you can't just tell me the answer to thissimple little question?
"wound the clock" is past tense.
wind =wound and sweep = swept
They use math all the time! Vectors are used to talk about wind and wind speed as well as temperature changes. They used statistics as well to talk about the temp highs and lows and the rainfall in the past.
A wind sock is used to show the direction of the wind.
putting wax in their ears
After you beat the Tower of the Gods, you can either do that, or you can do the earth temple. It's optional. But if you want to get past the wind, you need the iron boots.
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