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  • noun Plural form of propeller.

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Examples

  • The COD's twin propellers were driven by electric motors.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The COD's twin propellers were driven by electric motors.

    Gas-Electric Hybrid Technology

  • The engine is passing out of the stage in which the fuel-made steam worked machinery, which, in its turn, worked propellers; and passing into the stage in which the latent forces of the fuel itself are brought to bear more directly on propellers, that is to say, into the stage of internal combustion engines and the turbine-driven screw.

    All Afloat A Chronicle of Craft and Waterways

  • In the course, we examine all sorts of "anchors" and "propellers" - including many not appearing in the above lists - to help students figure out how to move user experience further forward where they work.

    UX Magazine - Comments

  • In the course, we examine all sorts of "anchors" and "propellers" - including many not appearing in the above lists - to help students figure out how to move user experience further forward where they work.

    UX Magazine - Comments

  • Alan Turing with its three 'propellers' of lanhelin, containing elliptical, parabolic and hyperbolic cut-outs.

    Crave at CNET UK

  • Alan Turing with its three 'propellers' of lanhelin, containing elliptical, parabolic and hyperbolic cut-outs.

    Crave at CNET UK

  • Class II: Powered by some form of human power other than oars and paddles, such as propellers, paddlewheels, sails, "pontoon shoes," "gerbil wheels," etc. No motors.

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  • Class II: Powered by some form of human power other than oars and paddles, such as propellers, paddlewheels, sails, "pontoon shoes," "gerbil wheels," etc. No motors.

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  • Class II: Powered by some form of human power other than oars and paddles, such as propellers, paddlewheels, sails, "pontoon shoes," "gerbil wheels," etc. No motors.

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