Protos

Protos means `first,` derived from the ancient Greek Protos may also refer to: ...
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Protos

[constructor] The Protos was a wingless Formula 2 racing car that appeared in 1967. Powered by the then-standard Ford-Cosworth 1600cc FVA-engine, it was noticeable for its slippery aerodynamic Frank Costin design, with an almost-enclosed `bubble` canopy over the cockpit and a chassis partially made of the very light but fragile plywood. Alt...
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Protos

[monastic office] The protos (πρώτος, `first, premier`) is a monastic office at the Eastern Orthodox monastic state of Mount Athos in Greece. ==Authority== The office is assumed by a monk who is elected among the members of the Iera Epistasia (`Holy Administration`) which functions as the executive committee of the Iera Koinotita (`Ho...
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Protos

[train] The Protos is an Electric Multiple Unit built by the German company Fahrzeugtechnik Dessau. ==Details== The train is built with 2 coaches. The train has a low floor, so that there is no or little step between the platform height and the trains. The height is 810 mm. The prototype unit left the factory in September 2006 and was displ...
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