prop.

prop.

abbr.
1. proper
2. property
3. proposition
References in periodicals archive ?
According to MT-Propeller USA's Peter Marshall, the weight saving ranges from five to 20 pounds over aluminum, depending on the 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.
Another part of the equation is the number of blades on the prop.
It makes me crazy when there are some dancers that never leave the prop.
In September 2006, the IRS issued new proposed regulations (REG-208270-86, 9/7/06) (2006 Prop.
The momentum began back in 2004 when Arizona voters approved Prop.
The Berman gerrymander would be impossible under Prop.
A Los Angeles Times exit poll found that whites (70-30 percent), Latinos (77-23 percent) and Asian-Americans (66-34 percent) also turned thumbs down on California's Prop.
The research began to reveal a subset of people who seemed unusually attuned to the bitter taste of PROP.
Cranston's elaboration of this story was to imagine the size, shape, and upholstery of Gaye's couch, thereby giving props to his prop.