props

proppants, beads, sand used in hydraulic fracturing operations.

Props

• (n. pl.) A game of chance, in which four sea shells, each called a prop, are used instead of dice.
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props

noun proper respect; `I have to give my props to the governor for the way he handled the problem`
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Props

Props noun plural A game of chance, in which four sea shells, each called a prop , are used instead of dice.
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Props

A shortened term for properties of the production companies. The properties include the diverse elements on the filmmaking stage or lot that help to provide the setting. Props can include furniture, decorations, books, newspapers, telephones and any item that has the ability to be moved and which is meant to be seen
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Props

Articles or objects that appear on stage during a play. The Christmas tree in A Doll's House and Laura's collection of glass animals in The Glass Menagerie are examples.
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Props

Articles used by the performers to enhance the plot, i.e., handkerchiefs (Othello), bottles of wine (L
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props

Articles used on the stage as parts of the scenery, e.g. telephones, chairs, beds, furniture, doors etc.
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Props

Handheld objects, furniture and similar items on stage apart from costumes and the stage scenery its
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Props

Props is Black-American slang for legs
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Props

Respect, comes from 'proper respect'. From hip-hop/rap.
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