How To Use thickly settled In A Sentence
- In thickly settled nations, with few dormant resources, a long war usually produces industrial disorganization and financial exhaustion.
- The limit to which this alternating transmission can be economically carried has not yet been definitely settled, but it is quite possible even now to transmit economically from the center of any of our large cities to the distant suburbs, by means of high potential alternating currents, distributing the current from the subcenter distribution by means either of the alternating current itself and large transformers for a block or district or else, if the territory is thickly settled, by means of a system of low-tension mains and feeders, the direct current for this purpose being obtained through the agency of rotary transformers. Scientific American Supplement, No. 1178, June 25, 1898