prop.

prop.

abbr.
1. proper
2. property
3. proposition
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As MT composite props have no life limit and are field repairable, they have proven attractive those owners looking to step up from their two-blade prop. Not to be left behind, Hartzell also developed a line of lightweight composite props.
However, it'll generally demonstrate faster cruise speeds than an identical airplane with a climb prop.
She frankly and succinctly describes the tech rehearsal process and the prop master's role in it, from helping stage management and prop crews to establish running procedures, to taking and responding to designer notes, or possibly helping an actor with the correct and safe usage of a specific prop.
Charitable remainder trusts are not subject to the tax, but distributions to noncharitable beneficiaries may be (Prop. Regs.
Crude Odds Ratios of SGA Birth According to Tertile Values of CLSC Variables CLSC Territory Variable N (% Imputed) Category Census * Without academic degree 143 (0.00) Low prop. Middle prop.
The offender population eligible for substance abuse treatment under Proposition 36 (Prop. 36) in California has contributed disproportionately to meth treatment admissions: In 2005-06, 57% of Prop.
Another part of the equation is the number of blades on the prop. Though three-blade props are standard, many who run flats and I bass boats opt for four-blade I props, which generally seem to get a better "grip" on the water, improving the takeoff or holeshot.
It makes me crazy when there are some dancers that never leave the prop. Obviously the choreographer doesn't trust their work enough to get the dancer off it."
On November 4, to the consternation of many progay people, California voters passed Proposition 8, which amended that state's constitution to maintain that "only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California." Prop. 8 effectively superseded the California supreme court's May 15 decision that the state constitution guaranteed same-sex couples the right to marry.
The momentum began back in 2004 when Arizona voters approved Prop. 200 that requires proof of citizenship for voter registration and public benefits statewide.
Thanks to an aggressive grassroots and earned-media (news coverage) campaign this fall, however, more and more Californians are learning that Prop. 72 is a $7 billion tax to fund a government-run healthcare program.
$110,000 $83,000 Top PM Executive $175,000 $120,000 RVP-Multifamily $105,000 $90,000 District Manager-Multifamily $76,000 $68,700 On-Site Community Manager (<300 units) $43,9000 $36,500 On-Site Community Manager (>300 units) $52,000 $47,700 Prop. Mgr.--Office/Indutrial (<500,000 s.f) $70,000 $56,900 Prop.