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Fewer cuts reported.

MEMBERS of the public overloading In programming, the ability to use the same name for more than one variable or procedure, requiring the compiler to differentiate them based on context.

(language) overloading - (Or "Operator overloading").
 the national grid national grid

Brit & NZ

1. a network of high-voltage power lines linking major electric power stations

2. the arrangement of vertical and horizontal lines on an ordnance survey map
 with unauthorised electrical expansions, as well as random acts of vandalism, have been blamed for sporadic sporadic /spo·rad·ic/ (spo-rad´ic) occurring singly; widely scattered; not epidemic or endemic.

spo·rad·ic or spo·rad·i·cal
1. Occurring at irregular intervals.

 power cuts this summer.

There have been fewer cuts than in previous years thanks to an expanded national power network and the launch of a GCC GCC: see Gulf Cooperation Council.

(compiler, programming) GCC - The GNU Compiler Collection, which currently contains front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages (libstdc++, libgcj, etc).
 electricity grid.

However, Works Minister and Electricity and Water Authority (EWA EWA Enterprise Wireless Alliance
EWA Electronic Warfare Associates, Inc.
EWA Energy from Waste Association (UK)
EWA Engineered Wood Association
EWA Edgewood Arsenal
EWA Earl Walls Associates
) in-charge Fahmi Al Jowder acknowledged there had still been some cuts during the summer months - when demand for power surges An oversupply of voltage from the power company that can last up to 50 microseconds. Although surges are very short in duration, they often reach 6,000 volts and 3,000 amps when they arrive at the equipment. Power surges are a common cause of damage to computers and electronic equipment.  due to increased use of air-conditioning.

"May and June, the two transitional months, have passed without problems and so have the past two months," he said.

"Hopefully, we will have no more cuts until the end of the year."

He was speaking during a visit to the Northern Municipal Council's new headquarters yesterday.

However, during the meeting, council chairman Yousif Al Boori said he was withholding judgement on Bahrain's power performance until the end of the summer.

"The authority should wait until the end of next month before celebrating success," he said.

"Things can't go smoothly without co-operation between the EWA and the council and there are still future projects that we want in the governorate to ensure that people are getting better electricity supplies."

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Date:Aug 21, 2009
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