Prop

Prop may refer to:

  • PROP (category theory), in mathematics
  • Prop-, a prefix in chemistry
  • Mouth prop, used in dentistry
  • Pit prop, in mining, a length of lumber used to support the roof of a tunnel
  • a construction prop, or jack post
  • Propylthiouracil (PROP), a thioamide drug
  • Propeller, a fan used for vehicle propulsion
  • Proposition, an initiative or referendum put to a vote on a ballot
  • Proposition bet, in gambling, a bet made on an outcome
  • Theatrical property, an object used during a theatrical performance
  • "Props" (Glee), an episode of Glee
  • Prop, one of the Rugby league positions
  • Prop, one of the Rugby union positions

Other articles related to "prop, props":

Pit Prop
... A pit prop or mine prop (British and American usage, respectively) is a length of lumber used to prop up the roofs of tunnels in coal mines ... Canada traditionally supplied pit props to the British market ... Most pit props were made from the wood of spruce trees ...
List Of Ancient Roofs - Greek Roofing
... !1– 1170 !11.70 Parthenon Athens Greece Prop-and-lintel 1920 !19.20 1105 !11.05 1105 !11.05 S. 0000 !1– 0982 !19.82 Erechtheion Athens Greece Prop-and-lintel 0980 !19.80 0000 !1– 0980 !19.80 Treasury of Gela Olympia Greece Truss 0968 !19.68 0000 !1– 0968 !19.68 Temple of Athena Alea ... Lower 0560 !15.60 0000 !1– 0560 !15.60 Bouleuterion (S) Olympia Greece Prop-and-lintel 1107 !11.07 0553 !15.53 0553 !15.53 Bouleuterion (N ...
California Proposition 66 (2004)
... Prop 66 would have required the third felony charge against a suspect to be special violent and/or serious crimes to mandate a 25-years-to-life sentence ... The ads warned that Prop ... At one point ahead in the polls by more than a 3-to-1 margin, Prop 66 failed to pass, with 5,604,060 voters (47.3 percent) voting for, 6,238,060 (52.7 percent ...
List Of Melbourne Storm Players - List of Players
1 Perth Reds Prop 16. 7. 1 Perth Reds Prop 72. 8. 1 Brisbane Broncos Prop 10. 10 ...

Famous quotes containing the word prop:

    Them she upstays
    Gently with myrtle band, mindless the while
    Herself, though fairest unsupported flower,
    From her best prop so far, and storm so nigh.
    John Milton (1608–1674)