wheeling
 n.— «Melcher tied up the Senate for several days over a more technical issue of importance to small and public utilities—their ability to get power “wheeled” to them across the transmission lines of larger private utilities. Without wheeling, small utilities located in the middle of private utility service areas would have to generate their own power, buy it from their competitor, or build expensive transmission lines to an outside source.» —“After Long, Hard Lobbying Effort: Senate Passes Hydropower Bill Giving Edge to Private Utilities” by Joseph A. Davis Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report Apr. 19, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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