self-sustained


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Adj.1.self-sustained - needing no outside support
unfueled - not provided with fuel
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We wish to be self-sustained. We do not quite forgive a giver.
It is well known to all students of the higher truths that certain adepts and illuminati have in history attained the power of levitation-- that is, of being self-sustained upon the empty air.
Having established a brand that has also established goodwill that yields self-sustained marketing via word of mouth leads to the business having significant prebookings for 2019 and even 2020.
Tribune News Network Doha With increasing incentives and support, Qatar is fast emerging as a self-sustained country.
Pakistan is not a self-sustained country in wood-based products and expend billions of rupees on import of wood and wood-based products.
This fact sheet discusses the Exploratory Advanced Research Program project titled "A Remote, Self-Sustained System for Monitoring Water Quality Near Highways." The goal of the project was to design a renewable and self-sustaining onsite system.
An unprecedented concept of a floating platform, the Solar Orchid project, provides all the key facilities for a restaurant, or any other commercial business, to run in a self-sustained way.
Li's hybrid solar-microbial device is self-driven and self-sustained, because the combined energy from the organic matter (harvested by the MFC) and sunlight (captured by the PEC) is sufficient to drive electrolysis of water.
Abu Dhabi The Dh1.6 billion SmartCity Kochi, a proposed self-sustained industry township for knowledge-based companies in Kerala, south India, promoted by Dubai Holding member Tecom Investments, has held a ground-breaking ceremony, it was revealed yesterday.
The company, which is ultimately controlled by Sinarmas, is the developer of BSD City, the largest self-sustained city in Serpong.
The phase diagram exhibits a region of self-sustained current oscillations immersed in an area of stable stationary states.
Vibrations, in the case of cutting by self-sustained vibrations, damp and sustain themselves allowing the system dynamics to adapt by itself to the cutting conditions.