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1 The submarine is driven by nuclear power.
2 Those resources can displace nuclear power.
3 They recognise that the drive for missile defence on the part of the US means that they need to expand their nuclear capabilities in order to stay in the same place.
4 Our country has discontinued nuclear testing.
5 MAY last year, when the Americans first offered to join direct talks with Iran over the future of its nuclear programme, French diplomats were jubilant.
6 Managed properly, a nuclear revival could be a good thing.
7 The International Atomic Energy Agency voted to rebuke Syria on claims of an undeclared nuclear reactor in the country's remote northeast.
8 Food shipments from four prefectures around the Fukushima nuclear power plant have been suspended.
9 As demand for renewable energy rises, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Group plans to build an 800-megawatt wind farm in Yuxi city, Yunnan province, Bloomberg News reported.
10 Obama again urged Iran to desist from any nuclear weapons ambitions, and said a region that was already unsettled did not need a race for ever more powerful weapons.
11 In this multipolar world, many issues such as nuclear proliferation, energy and climate change require a concert approach.
12 Outside experts say that repeated flaws in the company's nuclear operations have denuded its board of specialists in atomic power.
13 As for rewriting nuclear rules, some governments will resist using the NPT conference to strengthen the badly weakened treaty on the ground that the nuclear powers have still not done enough.
14 Nuclear scientists, says Mr Ohmae, are mostly sponsored by utilities, compromising their independence. He describes them as "Christmas-tree decorations" on government safety commissions.
15 Nuclear scientists, says Mr Ohmae, are mostly sponsored by utilities, compromising their independence.
16 Nuclear fission releases tremendous amounts of energy.
17 If you were to draw this line to the right here, this is the secondary part of the plant which every plant, whether it be fossil or nuclear, has to produce its steam.
18 I deliberately chosen not to include those because I wanted to show you that nuclear plants have containments and reactor or power conversion systems which typically steam turbines.
19 Those calculations could change dramatically if the nuclear crisis worsens.
20 Discussions will focus on how to verify that Pyongyang is not hiding any nuclear materials or facilities.
21 The third and final phase of the agreement calls for Pyongyang to permanently dismantle all its nuclear facilities and hand over all nuclear materials.
22 However, naval clashes occurred in 1999 and 2002, and it was during the "Sunshine" years that Pyongyang tested a nuclear device.
23 But they say Pyongyang has to face consequences for its missile test and expulsion of nuclear monitors, thus Washington is seeking new sanctions at the United Nations.
24 Pyongyang agreed last year to disable its nuclear facilities in exchange for aid, though disputes have continued over implementing the deal.
25 The United States, Japan and South Korea have all promised a new era in relations with North Korea, once Pyongyang fulfills the six-nation process of eliminating its nuclear arsenal.
26 Nuclear bombs are humankind's most powerful weapon, but their destructive impact would unlikely alter the spinning of the Earth on its axis.
27 So why is nuclear radiation so fearsome, and what determines how we react when faced with a threat, imagined or real?
28 Now, what we are worried about in commercial nuclear power is our ability to harness the energy of a fission and this chart explains where that energy comes from.
29 Police in India have clashed with fishermen and villagers furious over plans to build the world's biggest nuclear power plant on the coast of the western state of Maharashtra.
30 Many Republicans, like myself, believe we would be better off with a treaty than without [one, but] - only if we modernize our nuclear deterrent force.