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powerhouse

an electrical generating station or plant

powerhouse

A building in which electricity or other form of power is generated.

PowerHouse

A fourth-generation language from Unicom Global (www.unicomglobal.com) that was introduced in the late 1970s for midrange computers. PowerHouse supports character-oriented terminal-based applications as well as Windows clients, and apps developed under PowerHouse can be imported into the Axiant client/server environment. PowerHouse was developed by Cognos, which was acquired by IBM in 2008. The PowerHouse product line was acquired by Unicom in 2013. See Axiant.
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Corporate Counsel report increased forward-looking thinking and client engagement as the driver for Morgan Lewis s Powerhouse rankings in both Class Actions and Complex Litigation, said Michael B.
Northern Powerhouse Minister Jake Berry MP said: The Northern Powerhouse was created five years ago because communities across the North had been overlooked for too long.
The Northern Powerhouse is more than a plan for the future, its a story of success.
Energus are delighted to have been accepted as a member of the Northern Powerhouse. It is a fantastic initiative that will bring together organisations who are passionate about the North and want to work collaboratively to make it even better.