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1. Paddles are used especially to propel canoes and kayaks.
2. We must first calculate the horse-power needed to propel the ship.
3. One of our students was unable to propel her wheelchair up the ramp.
4. She used the sticks to propel herself along.
5. Rachel's stunning good looks helped propel her to stardom.
6. Four jet engines propel the 8,300-ton ship.
7. Purpose is that power that will propel you to get out of bed each morning and push you to make your dream come true. RVM
8. John F.. Kennedy that helped propel the handsome young Massachusetts Democrat to a narrow victory.
9. I propel Rainbow towards her, but hang back myself, struggling to remember the proper formula for deflecting these desperate wanderers.
10. For instance[sentencedict.com], stomach muscles propel the motion on forward and backward rolls.
11. Even a diminished Magic should be enough to propel the Lakers into championship contention.
12. Players have five seconds to propel the ball from the 35-yard line past the goalkeeper and into the net.
13. This will propel her into the political elite and could make her the most likely leftwing candidate for president in 2006.
14. How will you capture photons fast enough to propel the sail at speed and over long distances?
15. The recession that helped propel Clinton to the White House is long gone.
16. When you cough or sneeze, you propel some tiny particles into the air.
17. Many predict that electronic commerce will propel global computer networks from the fringe into the core of business.
18. The pelican's strong legs and webbed feet propel it in water.
19. To propel grenades farther, the rifle grenade was devised.
20. They try to propel the watercrafts with paddles.
21. To propel ( a boat ) with a pole.
22. The tiny rocket is attached to the spacecraft and is designed to propel it toward Mars.
23. Distributions are subject to ordinary income tax, and taking too large a distribution could propel you into a higher tax bracket.
24. Here adenosine helps control the tone of the smooth muscles used to propel feces on its way.
25. For a few moments she managed fairly well, taking things slowly and steadily, using the sticks to propel herself along.
26. It's a wooden object, about six-by-eight feet, with rope to help propel a projectile.
27. This soldier carries a hand gun, a simple firearm which can propel a lead or stone shot with considerable velocity.
28. It soars the length of the awning, wings flapping once, twice to propel it along an unerring flight path.
29. It might be argued that political gladiators are no different than other people but that certain chance events propel them into activism.
30. The cut to seven percent forms part of John Major's growth package designed to propel Britain out of recession.
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