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Description Original Image: en::Image:Nuclear Power Plant.jpg Obtained free of copyright from Anna Gomez, Nuclear Energy Institute, [email protected] 9/227/2005 - Typical two-unit nuclear power plant with cooling tower, turbine building and reactor en:containment buildings shown. (Sunflowers are facing the sun.)
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Source Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is (was) here * 02:44, 24 March 2006 [[:en:User:Alvinrune|Alvinrune]] 288×218 (84,834 bytes) (''Original Image: [[:en::Image:Nuclear Power Plant.jpg]]'' Obtained free of copyright from Anna Gomez, Nuclear Energy Institute, [email protected] 9/227/2005 - Typical two-unit nuclear power plant with cooling tower, turbine building and reactor [[containment bu)
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