Prop Definition

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1. (PhysOrg.com) -- The Big Bang theory has formed the basis of our understanding of the universe's origins since it was first proposed in 1927 by Georges Lemaitre. 1
2. '4 is to 8 as 6 is to 12' is a statement of proportion. 1
3. 'Pegasus' can be handled similarly if we read it as short for a description: 'the winged horse captured by Bellerophon'. So for all proper names. 1
4. 's intellectual property czar, is the most senior federal official dedicated to IP issues. 1
5. 'Some have proposed it as another reference to 2012, but I remain rather unconvinced, ' said David Stuart, a specialist in Mayan epigraphy at the University of Texas at Austin. 1
6. 'The proposals are still under discussion,' she said. 1
7. 'This property and France are lost to me,' said the nephew, sadly;'I renounce them.' 1
8. 'This property and France are lost to me,' said the nephew,(This website/nephew.html) sadly;'I renounce them.' 1
9. 'Xerox' is a proprietary name and may not be used by other makers of photocopiers. 1
10. " Ballproof bust bodice " publish the proposal that comes from a policewoman. 1
11. " But in decimating the property before bidding already have other real estate investment companies in the region, many of whom are "Pearl River real estate, " the estate Na. 1
12. " He proposes that the US Securities and Exchange Commission require that all markets incorporate a "circuit-breaker" which would suspend trading on signs of an algorithm-driven crash. 1
13. " I want to work on a businesslike level, " Dr. Sami says. " Do you have proposals? " 1
14. " No, I can't,'said Carrie weakly, very much drawn toward the proposition and yet fearful. 1
15. " Oh, yes, " returned Carrie, vacantly, trying to arrange this curious proposition in her mind. 1
16. " Perot as kingmaker , " he says tactfully, " is a more formidable proposition than as candate. " 1
17. " propertied people perseverance" traditional consumer values and the complete abolition of the welfare housing distribution system, the Shanghai people purchase unprecedented enthusiasm. 1
18. " resulted in arguments about the proper functioning of kingship and the formulation of the "Inutile Regis" theory in the late Middle Ages. 1
19. " They'll just fold up before a proper army. 1
20. " This bill is a "" pork barrel "" proposition. " 1
21. " Well, you can suit yourself, Mr. Wheeler,'said the proprietor. 1
22. " What a fish it was, " the proprietor said. 1
23. " Your proposal is tantamount to calling off the general strike! 1
24. "A concession with a long lease is better for all concerned, " says Dika Agapitidou, director of Athens Economics Ltd. , a property consultant and affiliate of Jones Lang LaSalle. 1
25. "Affined " proposal initiates Chinese credit one of units. 1
26. "Ambition must counter ambition," James Madison wrote in 1788 in Federalist 51, an effort to defend the proposed U.S. Constitution he had done so much to shape. 1
27. "Cefotetan is one of a few recommended prophylactic antibiotics in colorectal surgery and has long been the most widely used prophylactic agent for elective colorectal surgery, " Dr. 2
28. "Clear out!" he bawled. "Private property!" 1
29. "Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), first isolated from beef heart mitochondria, is an essential component of the mitochondrial respiratory chain, and also has antioxidant properties, " Dr. 1
30. "Cooperative management system", "movable property auction and immovable property rental" and "overall property transference" were the typical reforms of the township hospitals in Zhejiang Province. 3
 

Prop

[präp]

NOUN

props (plural noun)

  - a pole or beam used as a support or to keep something in position, typically one that is not an integral part of the thing supported.

VERB

props (third person present) · propped (past tense) · propped (past participle) · propping (present participle)

  - position something underneath (someone or something) for support.

NOUN
(props)

props (plural noun)

  - a portable object other than furniture or costumes used on the set of a play or movie.

NOUN
informal

props (plural noun)

  - an aircraft propeller.

ABBREVIATION

  - proposition.

  - proprietor.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En