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PROPPropeller
PROPProperty (theater and movie studios; real estate)
PROPPropagation
PROPPropulsion
PROPPropellant
PROPPhysicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing (various locations)
PROPPolice Reform Organizing Project (New York)
PROPProgrammable Operating
PROPPersonal Roving Presence
PROPProfessional Recyclers of Pennsylvania
PROPProprotor
PROPPlans to Resources to Outcome Process
PROPPouvoir Rassemblement des Organisations Populaires (French: Popular Organizations Gathering Power, Haiti)
PROPPersonnel Research Online Papers
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The tendency of the individual life is to be static rather than dynamic, and this tendency is made into a propulsion by civilization, where the obvious only is seen, and the unexpected rarely happens.
The world itself was not so amazing because of the atoms and molecules that composed it according to the propulsions of irresistible force; what made it amazing was the fact that Ruth lived in it.
Jianwei Zhang, President of Bombardier China, said, We are very happy to be selected by Chengdu and Chongqing customers to equip their local metro cars with MITRAC propulsion equipment and continuously power the rapid development of their urban mass transit systems with our proven and reliable technology.
New Delhi [India], July 22 ( ANI ): An Indian start-up foraying into space technology is coming up with a propulsion system for satellites known as Microwave Thruster, designed to run on water as fuel medium.
The report examines the trajectory of the historical growth of the global marine propulsion engine market and analyzes its current figures along with an outline of its future growth prospects.
Orbital ATK Inc (NYSE: OA), a provider of aerospace and defence technologies, announced on Monday that it has been awarded a Research and Technologies for Aerospace Propulsion Systems 2 (RTAPS2) contract by NASA to provide advanced space propulsion system technologies.
This project highlights the Lorentz Formula to determine if magnetohydrodynamic propulsion can be achieved and used to propel a boat at a similar speed as a traditionally propelled boat.
This procedure has been applied in several studies to track shoulder muscle activity during wheelchair propulsion [7-8].
The firm said that it has introduced a new policy that will cover the propulsion systems of boats.
The Navy has completed one study, and is in the process of completing two other studies on alternative propulsion systems for surface combatants, amphibious warfare ships, and submarines.