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This propulsion of the mind forward beyond the accustomed point of rest always produces a stimulating rhythmic effect.
MUSIC: AN ART AND A LANGUAGEWALTER RAYMOND SPALDING
But as I said before, this was a propulsion unit from a tug, and tugs like ones we use need plenty of power.
JACK OF NO TRADESCHARLES COTTRELL
On the earliest railroads, therefore, almost any other method of propulsion was preferred.
The propulsion units in their hands guided them toward the prison asteroids.
THE PENAL CLUSTERIVAR JORGENSEN (AKA RANDALL GARRETT)
She invented the process of making linen and was the first to apply a sail to the propulsion of a boat.
WOMAN IN SCIENCEJOHN AUGUSTINE ZAHM
It had a small lateen-sail, but the mode of propulsion used most by MacGregor was his two-bladed paddle.
As they approached near, propulsion ceased, and the boat drifted along.
AN OREGON GIRLALFRED ERNEST RICE
Propulsion is effected by six sets of triple propellers, three on each side.
Its capital defect is that it requires personal attendance at the point of propulsion.
Of such incredible mass and with no visible or detectable means of support or of propulsion.
THE GALAXY PRIMESEDWARD ELMER SMITH

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