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- adj. Of or pertaining to propulsion
- adj. Serving to propel
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Tending, or having power, to propel; driving on; urging.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tending or having power to propel; driving or urging on.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. tending to or capable of propelling
- adj. having the power to propel
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It lacks nuance, complexity, and what Toni Morrison calls the propulsive “midwifery properties” of language.
The same eight dancers, the same kind of propulsive minimalist score (“The Light,” by Philip Glass), and yet Lux is in total contrast to Alchemy.
It becomes more than a support, it becomes a kind of propulsive force applied to the action at the start.
The first track, "Csillagkohó", is one of the more conventionally metallic, being an epic-length piece of nasty sympho-black business with a few nifty riffs and a kind of propulsive 'Godflesh at 300 bpm' thing happening.
How does a fungus achieve this kind of propulsive power?
Then, just before the end of the record, comes the defiant "Shed and Transcend," which does for the propulsive punk barrage what we just heard "Fever Dreaming" doing for the propulsive punk riff.
CHRISTGAU: As somebody who's thrilled to propulsive punk riffs for 35 years, I want to testify that the shrieking tunelet you just heard is the coolest new one I've encountered in this century.
After several moments the silence below was broken by a fearful, wheezing, propulsive, strangling cough.
The last option with vehicle like BNTR or the VASIMR mars transfer vehicle both of which should have a lot of left over delta V their both intended to be reusable you don't have to do a full Mars direct return reentry since the MTV can do propulsive an all propulsive Earth capture.
Your quote "My understanding is that a cryogenic conflagaration is easily survivable even without an active propulsive escape mechanism." that I was answering.