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Ventimola

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Ventimola Aalten in Nederlandia hieme visa.
Ventimola smock? nomine Goliath pro fundo venti nomine Growind ad Eemshaven in Nederlandia.

Ventimola[1] est mola quae energiam venti in energiam rotationalem convertit per vannos qui vela et palmae appellantur.[2][3] Usque ad saeculum undevicensimum vel adeo vicensimum, ad mola orefrumentum molendum, aquam hauriendam, vel usus ambos plerumque adhibebantur. Ventimolae ergo saepe fuerunt molae farinae, antliae venti, vel res ambae.[4] Maior pars ventimolarum hodiernarum formam habent turbinorum venti ad electricitatem generandam aut antliarum venti ad aquam hauriendam adhibitarum, aut ad terram siccandam aut ad aquam terrestrem extrahendam.

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