Prowler

[disambiguation] Prowler can refer to In entertainment: Vehicles: Other: ...
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PROWLER

PROWLER was a mid-1980s experimental robot mobile sentry gun device. The name was an acronym standing for "Programmable Robot Observer With Logical Enemy Response". The Logical Enemy Response was twin M60 machine guns, and a grenade launcher. PROWLER was "the first outdoor robotic sentry/surveillance system." PROWLER was a six-wheeled vehicle ...
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Prowler

[comics] ==Publication history== The original Prowler character was a criminal-turned-superhero named Hobie Brown. He debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man #78 (November 1969). Hobie Brown was created by Stan Lee, John Buscema and Jim Mooney, following a "suggestion" by a young John Romita, Jr. ==Fictional character biography== ===Hobie Brown==
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prowler

[n] - someone who prowls or sneaks about
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Prowler

Prowl'er noun One that prowls. Thomson.
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prowler

noun someone who prowls or sneaks about; usually with unlawful intentions
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Prowler

• (n.) One that prowls.
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Prowler

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Prowler

[roller coaster] Prowler is a wooden roller coaster at Worlds of Fun in Kansas City, Missouri. It was built by Great Coasters International and opened May 2, 2009 at an estimated cost of 8 million USD. ==The Ride== Prowler is the second wooden roller coaster to be built at Worlds of Fun with the first one being Timber Wolf. The ride reaches
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Prowler

[Eclipse Comics] The Prowler was a comic created by Timothy Truman and John K. Snyder III for Eclipse Comics. Two four-issue color miniseries, a black and white one-shot and a one-shot crossover with Airboy were published in 1987-1988. The comic concerned a manipulative elderly hero, in the manner of The Shadow, and his much younger sidekic
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