- n. Plural form of pro.
“Aristotle, the creator of the academic discipline of logic, did not anticipate the importance of relation (which he terms pros ti), nor did the Stoic logicians after him.”
“FloridaHunter1226, What I've been told by some pros is at this stage of the pup's training you have to keep things fun and make sure she's successful.”
“Design leaflet which could be delivered to home to explain pros and cons of a local coal-fires power station?”
“But one of the pros is that managed care is likely to use IT better.”
“But a world cup of baseball with all the top pros from the US, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Japan, Mexico, etc. would be something to watch.”
“I know, I know, there are certain pros for school uniforms but I am one of those moms who would rather not deal with school uniforms.”
“Funds managed by proven long-term pros felt the pain -- Dodge and Cox Stock down 43%; Third Avenue Value down 46%; CGM Focus down 48%; Clipper down 50%; Longleaf Partners down 51%.”
“One tip that I have found as I have working in my fathers bow shop and talking to other pros is that the trigger should fit in the last joint of your trigger finger not the pad.”
“Trying to predict who will become highly successful at the college level and then into the pros is not an exact science, but I have always tried to use exact practices.”
“The expression pros ton theon reminds one forcibly of Aristotle's to pros ti einai.”
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I haven't seen this show in forever, but I used to watch reruns all the time.
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