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propel

Meaning: tr
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A C-130 transport plane is a turboprop aircraft. Its main thrust comes from the propellers, but the propellers are turned by turbine engines.
American cinema, which is the best in the world, is propelled by Jews.
For the forty years following the first flight of the Wright brothers, airplanes used internal combustion engines to turn propellers to generate thrust.
After World War II, as jet engines gained popularity, aerodynamicists used jet engines to turn the propellers on some aircraft. This propulsion system is called a turboprop.
Propellers can have from 2 to 6 blades.
The encounter ignited a flame that propelled her to reinvent herself.
LightSail 2 is the latest demonstration of solar sail technology, which uses the gentle pressure of photons — the particles of light — on a lightweight, reflective surface to propel a craft through space, similar to the way the wind pushes a sailing ship across the ocean.
During the Age of Sail, the strong prevailing winds of the Roaring Forties propelled ships across the Pacific, often at breakneck speed.
Sledge hockey is a variation of ice hockey intended for disabled athletes, who sit on aluminium sledges with attached skate blades. The players each use two spiked fibreglass hockey sticks both to propel themselves forward and to pass the puck or shoot it towards the goal.
Propeller-powered aircraft are very efficient for low speed flight.
Added on 2018-08-28 | by redPen | View: 127

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