Progress

[DS9 episode] raul bravo is dumb henry likes this movie
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Progress is a malty ale from the Pilgrim brewery, Reigate, Surrey.
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[Big Youth album] ==Track listing== ==Personnel== ==Recording Information== ...
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[organisation] Progress is a political organisation linked to the Labour Party in the United Kingdom, founded in 1996. It is broadly viewed as supportive of the leadership of the party, being pro-former leader Tony Blair. Progress publishes a monthly magazine of the same name and occasional pamphlets, and organises conferences and other eve
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[EP] Progress is the third EP by Pedro the Lion. It was released on 27 June 2000 on Suicide Squeeze, a mere three months after their second album Winners Never Quit. ==Track listing== ...
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[Rx Bandits album] Progress is an album released by Rx Bandits on July 17, 2001 through Drive-Thru Records. The LP was originally titled Artificial Intelligence and the Fall of Technology.{Fact|date=October 2008} The album was recorded during a tumultuous time in the band`s lineup. Several members had left the band after the recording of Ha
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[Michael Giles album] Progress is a solo album recorded by original King Crimson drummer Michael Giles. It was recorded in 1978, but unreleased until 2002. ==Track listing== All words and music composed, recorded and produced by Michael Giles. ==Personnel== ...
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progress

[n] - a movement forward 2. [n] - the act of moving forward toward a goal 3. [v] - develop in a positive way
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Forward movement or advance. Science progresses, providing more comprehensive theories about the world, and these theories can be tested. In the humanities, assessment of progress involves...
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A child is said to be making progress when s/her learns new and useful skills. For children with special educational needs progress may be slow and difficult to measure. In other cases, special educational provision may be such that a child with special educational needs makes satisfactory or better progress.
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Prog'ress noun [ Latin progressus , from progredi , past participle progressus , to go forth or forward; pro forward + gradi to step, go: confer French progrès . See Grade .] 1. A moving or going forward; a proceeding onward; an advance ; spe
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Pro·gress' (?; formerly pronounced like Progress , noun ) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Progressed ; present participle & verbal noun Progressing .] 1. To make progress; t
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Prog'ress (?; see Progress , intransitive verb ) transitive verb To make progress in; to pass through. [ Obsolete] Milton.
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progress

1. A moving or going forward; a proceeding onward; an advance; specifically: In actual space, as the progress of a ship, carriage, etc. ... In the growth of an animal or plant; increase. ... In business of any kind; as, the progress of a negotiation; the progress of art. ... In knowledge; in proficiency; as, the progress of a child at school. ... T
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progress

progression noun the act of moving forward toward a goal
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progression noun a movement forward; `he listened for the progress of the troops`
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• (n.) Toward ideal completeness or perfection in respect of quality or condition; -- applied to individuals, communities, or the race; as, social, moral, religious, or political progress. • (n.) In business of any kind; as, the progress of a negotiation; the progress of art. • (v. i.) To make improvement; to advance. • (v. i.)
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(from the article `stage design`) Countries and designers competed in the sumptuousness of their displays. The progresses in England, entrées in France, trionfi in Italy were based on ...
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(from the article `cultural evolution`) ...and civilized resulted from the slow development out of this lowly state. Even rationalistic philosophes like Voltaire implicitly assumed that ...
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(from the article `Soyuz`) ...pressure suits. A modified version flew in July 1975 for the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project, the first U.S.-Soviet joint space venture. During the ... ...the internal walls reportedly were laced with a smelly green mold. It served one final function, however, by receiving the prototype of an ... [2 related ar...
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progress

progress Related before-word units: ante-; antero-; anti-; pre-.
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[history] In historiography and the philosophy of history, progress (from Latin progressus, "an advance") is the idea that the world can become increasingly better in terms of science, technology, modernization, liberty, democracy, quality of life, etc. Although progress is often associated with the Western notion of monotonic change in a s
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[spacecraft] The Progress (Прогресс) is a Russian expendable freighter spacecraft. The spacecraft is an unmanned resupply spacecraft during its flight but upon docking with a space station, it allows astronauts inside, hence it is classified manned by the manufacturer. It was derived from the Soyuz spacecraft, and is launched with t
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progress

  1. gradual improvement or growth or development
  2. the act of moving forward toward a goal
  3. a movement forward

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Progress-M1 An unmanned Russian supply vessel used to ferry materials to and from manned space stations. Progress was derived from the Soyuz spacecraft. The Soyuz descent module was replaced by a sealed unit that could carry about 1 ton of propellants for Salyut`s propulsion system, while the or...
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