Look up: pro-rate

1. probability of failure to operate
probability that an item fails to operate when required NOTE -This probability is estimated by the ratio of the number of failures to operate for a given number of commands to operate, to the number of commands.
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2. Procuratorate
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints membership as a percentage of total population for year 2005. ==Data Sources== These sources were used in calculating population percentages used on this map. Deseret News Church Almanac, 2007.. US Census Buerau Population Estimates ...
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3. Production capacity usage rate
The production capacity usage rate (machinery and facilities) is the ratio between the production capacities actually used for production and all the production capacities potentially available at a given date.
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4. production rate
(from the article `mass production`) Similarly, a production line is usually designed to operate most efficiently at a specified rate. If the required production levels fall below that ...
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5. Production rate
The coupon rate at which a pass-through security guaranteed by Ginnie Mae is issued.
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6. professorate
professorate The rank, office, or term of office of a professor.
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7. professorate
1) The rank, office, or term of office of a professor
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8. Progenerate
Pro·gen'er·ate transitive verb [ Latin progeneratus , past participle of progenerare to beget; pro forth, forward + generare to generate.] To beget; to generate; to produce; to procreate; as, to progenerate a race. [...
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9. Progenerate
• (v. t.) To beget; to generate; to produce; to procreate; as, to progenerate a race.
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10. proliferate
grow reproduce by rapid multificationÂ

11. proliferate
[v] - grow rapidly 2. [v] - cause to grow or increase rapidly
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12. Proliferate
Pro·lif'er·ate transitive verb [ Latin proles offspring + ferre to bear.] 1. (Biol.) To produce or form cells; especially, to produce cells rapidly. 2. (Zoology) To produce zooids by budding.
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1. proliferate
1. <biology> To produce or form cells; especially, to produce cells rapidly. ... 2. <zoology> To produce zooids by budding. ... Origin: L. Proles offspring + ferre to bear. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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2. Proliferate
• (v. t.) To produce or form cells; especially, to produce cells rapidly. • (v. t.) To produce zooids by budding.
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3. proliferate
proliferate 1. To cause to grow or increase rapidly or to increase in great numbers. 2. To grow or multiply by rapidly producing new tissue, parts, cells, or offspring. 3. To increase or spread at a rapid rate; such as, fears that nuclear weapons might proliferate.
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4. proliferate
Type: Term Pronunciation: prō-lif′ĕr-āt Definitions: 1. To grow and increase in number by means of reproduction of similar forms.
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5. proliferate
1) Grow 2) Grow reproduce by rapid multification
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6. Promagistrate
A promagistrate is a person who acts in and with the authority and capacity of a magistrate, but without holding a magisterial office. A legal innovation of the Roman Republic, the promagistracy was invented in order to provide Rome with governors of overseas territories instead of having to elect ...
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7. propatyl nitrate
2-Ethyl-2-(hydroxymethyl)-1,3-propanediol trinitrate;a coronary vasodilator. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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8. Propatylnitrate
Propatylnitrate (propatyl nitrate) is a nitrate. ...
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9. Properate
Prop'er·ate transitive verb & i. [ Latin properatus , past participle of properare to hasten.] To hasten, or press forward. [ Obsolete]
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10. Properate
• (v. t. & i.) To hasten, or press forward.
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11. Propylene glycol dinitrate
Propylene glycol dinitrate (PGDN, 1,2-propylene glycol dinitrate, or 1,2-propanediol dinitrate) is an organic chemical, an ester of nitric acid and propylene glycol. It is structurally similar to nitroglycerin, except that it has one fewer -O-NO2 group. It is a characteristically and unpleasantly s...
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12. prorate
[v] - make a proportional settlement or distribution 2. [v] - divide or assess proportionally
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13. Prorate
Means to allocate percentages of certain expenses t0 be paid by the buyer and seller at the time of closing.
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