propulsion

[ pruh-puhl-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF propulsion
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Instinctively his hand leaped to the propulsion control and hovered there.

The only article of propulsion we could hire were saddle mules.

The boat trembled like an automobile under the propulsion of the engine.

But into the propulsion this time Bob put all his great strength.

A couple of shots might disable in a minute her means of propulsion.

It consists of an elongated cylinder having a charge chamber in its rear portion, which contains powder for propulsion.

The whales and the fishes have a similar mode of propulsion.

One of the most interesting features of the float is the method of propulsion.

Pg 91Greek text And how is propulsion by the veins impossible?

No craft has been found easier of propulsion to one knowing the art of the paddle.

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