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Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan leadership conventions This page shows the results of leadership conventions in the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan, Canada, (known as the Conservative Party of Saskatchewan until the mid-1940s). The 1994 convention was determined by a "one member, one vote" system of balloting; all previous conventions were determined by delegated conventions.
Progressive Conservative Youth Federation The Progressive Conservative Youth Federation (PCYF) was the constitutionally enshrined youth body of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. When the PC Party and the Canadian Alliance merged in 2004, a formalized youth group was rejected by delegates at the founding convention of the Conservative Party in MontrĂ©al by a vote of 51% to 49%.
Progressive disclosure Progressive disclosure is an interaction design technique often used in human computer interaction to help maintain the focus of a user's attention by reducing clutter, confusion, and cognitive workload. This improves usability by presenting only the minimum data required for the task at hand.
Progressive Dawoodi Bohra The Mustaali (Arabic Ů…ŘłŘŞŘąŮ„ŮŠ) group of Ismaili Muslims are so named because they accepted the legitimacy of the Fatimid caliph Al-Musta'li, after Mustansir, and not Nizar, whom the Aga Khan group or Nizaris consider as their Imam. This group is also referred to as the Taiyabi or Tayyibi group (Arabic Ř·ŮŠŘ¨ŮŠ), named after the last Imam recognized by them, Taiyab abi al-Qasim.
Progressive Democratic Alliance (Equatorial Guinea) The Progressive Democratic Alliance (Spanish: Alianza DemocrĂˇtica Progresista) is a political party in Equatorial Guinea. Its most prominent figure is Victorino Bolekia Bonay, the Mayor of Malabo and the first person democratically elected to that post.
Progressive Democratic Front Progressive Democratic Front is a political front in the Indian state of Kerala. It was founded in April 2004 and consisted of the National Janata Party, Janata Dal (United), Rashtriya Janata Dal, Janata Party, Secular National Dravida Party, Shiv Sena and Samajwadi Party.
Progressive Democratic Party (Gibraltar) The Progressive Democratic Party or PDP is a political party established in June 2006 in Gibraltar by lawyer and former Gibraltar Social Democrat Deputy Chief Minister Keith Azopardi. Other notable members include Nick Cruz, Marielou Guerrero, former Superintendent Leo Olivero, Moira Walsh, Gigi Sene and Rosemary Peach.
Progressive Democratic Party (Tunisia) The Progressive Democratic Party (French: Le Parti DĂ©mocrate Progressiste, Arabic: Hizb al-Dimocrati al-Takadumi) is a legal opposition political party in Tunisia. It has no members in the Tunisian parliament.
Progressive Democratic Tribune - Bahrain Progressive Democratic Tribune - Bahrain (Arabic: Ř¬Ů…ŘąŮŠŘ© Ř§Ů„Ů…Ů†Ř¨Ř± Ř§Ů„ŘŻŮŠŮ…Ů‚Ř±Ř§Ř·ŮŠ Ř§Ů„ŘŞŮ‚ŘŻŮ…ŮŠ, jamia al-minbar ad-dimoqrati at-taqadummi, often referred to as al-Minbar) is a political outfit launched by the underground National Liberation Front - Bahrain in 2002. The group won two seats in the Bahraini parliament in the 2002 election.
Progressive Democrats The Progressive Democrats (in Irish An PĂˇirtĂ Daonlathach, literal back-translation: The Democratic Party) is a free market liberal party in the Republic of Ireland founded in 1985. It adopts liberal positions on both economic issues and social or moral matters.
Progressive Democrats leadership election, 2006 The Progressive Democrats leadership election, 2006 began on September 7 2006 when Mary Harney resigned as leader of the Progressive Democrats. In spite of speculation earlier in the year surrounding her position as leader, Harney's announcement surprised many.
Progressive Democrats of America The Progressive Democrats of America is a progressive organization that formed out of the members of Dennis Kucinich's Presidential Campaign as well as Democracy for America, an organization that itself grew out of Howard Dean's presidential campaign.
Progressive electronic music Progressive in the context of modern dance music (occasionally progressive electronic dance music or prog) is a term that includes a collection of electronic dance music genres which draw upon the use of progressive performing techniques and includes the styles of progressive trance, progressive house, progressive techno and progressive breaks.
Progressive enhancement Progressive enhancement is a label for a particular strategy of Web design that emphasizes accessibility, semantic markup, and external stylesheet and scripting technologies, in a layered fashion that allows everyone to access the basic content and functionality of a Web page, using any browser or Internet connection, while also enabling those with better bandwidth or more advanced browser software to experience an enhanced version of the page.
Progressive Enterprises Progressive Enterprises Limited is a New Zealand company, and a subsidiary of the Australian retail group Woolworths Limited. It is New Zealand's second-largest grocer, with a 45% market share, behind the cooperative group Foodstuffs, making New Zealand a classical retail duopoly.
Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh Progressive Episcopalians of Pittsburgh (PEP), a member of the Via Media USA alliance, is a group of laypersons and clergy in the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh that represents the interests of moderate to liberal chuches and individuals within the diocese. The group has essentially served as the center-left opposition to Bishop Robert Duncan.
Progressive Era In the United States, the Progressive Era was a period of reform which lasted from the 1890s through the 1920s. The people at the time called it the "Progressive Era" but historians ever since have debated whether or not it was dominated by the old middle class or included ethnic workers, whether it began with Theodore Roosevelt becoming president in 1901 or started as a taxpayer revolt in the 1890s, whether it ended with World War I or continued into the 1920s, whether it was a precursor to the New Deal, and how much was influenced by European ideas.
Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis Progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis (PFIC) refers to a group of familial cholestatic conditions caused by defects in biliary epithelial transporters. The clinical presentation usually occurs first in childhood with progressive cholestasis.
Progressive folk Progressive folk is a type of folk music that rejects or de-emphasizes the conventions of traditional folk music and encourages stylistic or thematic innovation. While folk music has always purported to be a highly innovative form, given its late-coming into institutional circles and its ties to the "common man" or ordinary people, progressive folk refers more narrowly to folk music that shies from an over abundance of nostalgia, tradition, and generic convention.
Progressive Farmers and Household Union of America The Progressive Farmers and Household Union of America was a union of African-American tenant farmers (sharecroppers). A meeting of this union at Hoop Spur, Arkansas was attacked on September 30, 1919, leaving a white sheriff dead and sparking the famous Elaine Race Riot.
Progressive Fighting System The Progressive Fighting System (PFS) is a martial arts organization and a hybrid fighting system that evolved from Bruce Lee's Jeet Kune Do. It was developed by American martial artist Paul Vunak, a former student of Dan Inosanto, and is currently taught across North America and in Europe Many PFS instructors consider it to be a style of Jeet Kune Do, while others consider it to be a new system with roots there.
Progressive Generation The Progressive Generation is a name coined by William Strauss and Neil Howe in their book Generations for that generation of Americans born from 1843 to 1859. The Progressives were caught in an odd warp of history, as the American Civil War saeculum did not have a Hero (or Civic) archetype.
Progressive Green Party (New Zealand) [Progressive Green Party was an environmentalist] political party in [[New Zealand. It was established as a "blue-green" party - that is, one which is environmentalist ("green"), but is economically right-wing ("blue") rather than left-wing ("red").
Progressive Group for Independent Business The Progressive Group for Independent Business (PGIB) is a membership-funded right-wing business group in Canada that was founded in 1992 with the goal of promoting "less government, lower taxes and political accountability" in Canada. The PGIB claims to have a membership of roughly 6500.
Progressive History X (album) Progressive History X is the seventh album by British electronica group Fluke, first released in July 2001 (see 2001 in music). It is not to be confused with Progressive History XXX (album) (their next album) which is three CDs in length, as opposed to this, the one CD release.
Progressive History XXX (album) Progressive History XXX is the eighth album by British electronica group Fluke, first released in September 2002 (see 2002 in music). It is not to be confused with Progressive History X (album) (their previous album) which is only one CD in length, as opposed to this, the three CD release.
Progressive chess Progressive chess is a chess variant in which players, rather than just making one move per turn, play progressively longer series of moves. The game starts with white making one move, then black makes two consecutive moves, white replies with three, black makes four and so on.
Progressive Christianity Progressive Christianity is the name given to a movement within contemporary American Protestant Christianity characterized by spiritual vitality, an acceptance of human diversity, and a strong emphasis on social justice. Progressive Christians have a deep belief in the centrality of the instruction to "love one another" within the teaching of Jesus Christ.
Progressive Integration Party The Progressive Integration Party (Vooruitstrevende Integratie Partij) is a political party in the Netherlands without parliamentary representation. Its seeks its voters within the ethnic minorities in the country.
Progressive jackpot A progressive jackpot is a jackpot (highest payoff) for a gaming machine (usually a slot machine or video poker machine) where the value of the jackpot increases a small amount for every game played. Normally multiple machines are "linked" together to form one large progressive jackpot that grows more quickly because multiple players are contributing to the jackpot at the same time.
Progressive jewish alliance The Progressive Jewish Alliance (PJA) was founded in 1999 by Jewish Angelenos who broke away from the Los Angeles chapter of the American Jewish Congress. They sought to assert an authentic progressive Jewish presence in the campaigns for social justice in Southern California, home to the United States' second largest Jewish community.
Progressive lenses Progressive lenses, also called progressive addition lenses, progressive power lenses, graduated lenses and varifocal lenses, are corrective lenses used in eyeglasses to correct presbyopia and other disorders of accommodation. A gradient of increasing lens power is added to the correction for the other refraction error, going from a minimum or nothing at the top of the lens to maximum magnification at the bottom of the lens.
Progressive libertarianism Progressive Libertarianism is a political or philosophy whose adherents promote social change through voluntarism rather than government laws and regulation. Progressive Libertarians understand that it is the hallmark of a truly advanced society that we help take care of those that are less fortunate in this world.
Progressive Labor Party (USA) The Progressive Labor Party (originally the Progressive Labor Movement, sometimes still referred to simply as PL) is a transnational communist party based in the United States. It was formed in the fall of 1961 by members of the Communist Party USA who felt that the Soviet Union had betrayed communism and become revisionist and state capitalist.
Progressive metal Progressive metal is a genre of heavy metal music which shares traits with progressive rock including use of complex compositional structures, odd time signatures, and intricate instrumental playing. The high level of musical proficiency is often combined with a lyrical counterpart in the form of epic textual concepts, resulting in lengthy songs and concept albums.
Progressive multifocal leukencephalopathy Progressive multifocal leukencephalopathy, or PML is a rare inflammatory disorder that leads to loss of myelin in multiple areas within the white matter of the brain. It is a virus-induced disease seen in people with poor immune function (immunocompromised).
Progressive muscular atrophy Progressive muscular atrophy (PMA) is a rare subtype of Motor neurone disease (MND) which affects only the lower motor neurones. This is contrast to the most common form of MND, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which affects both the upper and lower motor neurones.
Progressive music Progressive music is the name given to a certain approach to musical composition that has been applied to several different music genres. One way the term has been applied is to subgenres that have evolved from their root genre by innovating, either through incorporating instruments from other genres or using new techniques within the framework provided by the instrumentation of the root genre to make a new or crossover style.
Progressive Maryland Founded in 2000, Progressive Maryland is the largest grassroots advocacy organization in Maryland. Its mission is to create a state in which elected officials are held accountable to working families, not just special interests.
Progressive outer retinal necrosis Progressive outer retinal necrosis (PORN), also known as Varicella zoster virus retinitis (VZVR)Moorthy RS, Weinberg DV, Teich SA, Berger BB, Minturn JT, Kumar S, Rao NA, Fowell SM, Loose IA, Jampol LM. "Management of varicella zoster virus retinitis in AIDS.
Progressive overload Progressive overload is the gradual increase of stress placed upon the body during exercise training. This technique is recognized as a fundamental principle for success in various forms of strength training programs including fitness training, weight lifting, HIT Training (see high intensity training) and physical therapy programs.
Progressive psytrance Progressive psytrance (also referred to as minimal psytrance, psyprog, or simply prog or 'minimal) is a style of trance music developed in the early 2000s, developed as a sub-genre of psychedelic and Goa trance.
Progressive Party (Australia) The Progressive Party was an Australian political party, active in New South Wales state politics. It emerged after federation in 1901, which spurred the development of political parties in states which had previously been non-partisan.
Progressive Party (Philippines) Progressive Party of the Philippines - a reformist political party that is considered to be the earliest form of a genuine 3rd force party against the then dominant political pair of the Nacionalista Party and the Liberal Party. After the rise to power of Ferdinand Marcos, the reformers took on the role of fighting the dictator for decades, defeated by a violent suppression.
Progressive Party (Singapore) The Singapore Progressive Party, or just, the Progressive Party is a now defunct political party that won the Legislative Assembly general elections in 1948 by winning half of the contested seats in the Legislative Assembly, 3 out of 6. At that time, the self-government power of the Legislative Assembly was still rather limited.
Progressive Party (UK) The Progressive Party or Progressives is a name of two defunct municipal political organisations that operated in the UK, one centre-left based in London in the late 19th century and early 20th century that allied trade unionists and Liberals, and the other centre-right operating in several Scottish cities and town in the 20th century but based around Unionists, Scottish Liberals and Independents.
Progressive Party (United States) The name Progressive Party has been assigned to a collection of parties in the United States over the past century or so. They have a mild-at-best connection to each otherâ€”however, they all sought to change the status quo through the evolving ideology of progressivism.
Progressive Party (United States, 1912) The United States Progressive Party of 1912 was a political party created by a split in the Republican Party in the presidential election 1912. It was formed by Theodore Roosevelt when he lost the Republican nomination to Taft and pulled his delegates out of the convention. When reporters suggested that he was no longer fit for the office, he retorted that he was "fit as a bull moose" (giving the party its nickname), and he called his own convention and nominated a national ticket with California Governor Hiram Johnson as his vice-presidential running mate. State parties also nominated slates in most northern states.
Progressive Party of Brazil The Progressive Party of Brazil, though renamed several times, is one of Brazil's oldest parties with a continuous history. The Party of the Brazilian Democratic Movement (PMDB) is the only other party with such a long continuous history (though it has also been renamed since its formation).
Progressive Party of Canada The Progressive Party of Canada was a political party in Canada in the 1920s and 1930s. It was linked with the provincial United Farmers parties in several provinces and, in Manitoba, ran candidates and formed governments as the Progressive Party of Manitoba.
Progressive Party of CĂ´te d'Ivoire Progressive Party of CĂ´te d'Ivoire (in French: Parti Progressiste de CĂ´te d'Ivoire) was a political party in CĂ´te d'Ivoire founded in 1946. PPCI was founded by sectors that had supported the candidature of KouamĂ© Benzeme in 1945.
Progressive Party of Manitoba The Progressive Party of Manitoba was a political party that developed from the United Farmers of Manitoba, an agrarian movement that became politically active following World War I. A successor to the province's Grain Grower's Association, the UFM represented the interests of farmers frustrated with traditional political parties.
Progressive Party of Manitoba (1981-1995) The Progressive Party of Manitoba was a political party in Manitoba, Canada which existed from 1981 to 1995. The party was created in March 1981 by five former members of the province's New Democratic Party: Sidney Green, Ben Hanuschak, Bud Boyce, Murdoch Mackay and Max Hofford.
Progressive Party of Working People The Progressive Party of Working People (AKEL) (Greek: Î‘Î˝ÎżĎÎ¸Ď‰Ď„ÎąÎşĎŚ ÎšĎŚÎĽÎĽÎ± Î•ĎÎłÎ±Î¶ĎŚÎĽÎµÎ˝ÎżĎ… Î›Î±ÎżĎŤ) is a communist party in Cyprus, taking into account current international political and economic developments.It supports an independent, demilitarised and non-aligned Cyprus, and a federal solution of the internal aspect of the Cyprus problem.
Progressive People's Party (Germany) The Progressive People's Party (Fortschrittliche Volkspartei or FVP) was a liberal party of late Imperial Germany. It was formed in 6 March, 1910 as a merger of Freeminded People's Party, Freeminded Union, Democratic Union, and German People's Party in order to unify the various liberal groups represented in parliament.
Progressive Policy Institute The Progressive Policy Institute (PPI) is a think tank in the United States, founded in 1989 and affiliated with the Democratic Leadership Council, which styles itself as promoting the ideas of "New Democrats." It covers a very wide range of issues and describes itself as centrist, although left-wing critics frequently describe it a neoliberal.
Progressive revelation Progressive revelation is a core teaching in the BahĂˇ'Ă Faith that suggests that religious truth is revealed by God progressively and cyclically over time through a series of divine Messengers, and that the teachings are tailored to suit the needs of the time and place of their appearance. Thus, the BahĂˇ'Ă teachings recognize the divine origin of several world religions, asserting that God is one and His religion is one, while believing that the revelation of BahĂˇ'u'llĂˇh is the most recent, and therefore the most relevant to modern society.
Progressive rock Progressive rock (sometimes shortened to prog or prog rock) is a subgenre of rock music which arose in the mid-to-late 1960s, reached the peak of its popularity in the 1970s, and has continued as a form of popular music to this day. It is commonly associated with symphonic rock and art rock, although the term progressive rock in today's usage often embraces a significantly wider spectrum of music than these stylesrock acts often combine elements of jazz] and [[European classical music|classical music, folk and world music influences with rock formats, often rejecting specific genre norms, and instead utilising relatively uncommon musical structures and ideas.
Progressive rock (radio format) Progressive rock is a radio station programming format that prospered in the late 1960s and 1970s, in which the disc jockeys are given wide latitude in what they may play, similar to the freeform format but with the proviso that some kind of rock music is almost always what is played.
Progressive Reconstructionist The Progressive Reconstructionist movement is a loosely-knit interfaith community found principally at this time in the developed world. It is comprised of activist adherents of Reconstructionist Judaism (and of some other Jewish Traditions) and the Christian left, of progressive Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims, and of left-leaning Neopagans, Wiccans, and members of other faiths, as well as of progressives who follow a spiritual practice but adhere to no particular religion or Tradition, considering themselves to be "spiritual but not religious" (among these are included even agnostics, non-theists, and secular humanists).
Progressive Review The Progressive Review is an American online alternative publication that started in 1964 as the Idler newspaper. Sam Smith, the editor, starting publishing online in 1995, and in 2004 Smith stopped publishing the Progressive Review in a hard copy edition.
Progressive scan Progressive or noninterlaced scanning is any method for displaying, storing or transmitting moving images in which the lines of each frame are drawn in sequence. This is in contrast to the interlacing used in traditional television systems.
Progressive shifting Progressive shifting is a technique for changing gears commonly practiced by drivers of semi-trailer trucks. It is meant to reduce fuel consumption â€” something very important for drivers who travel several hundred miles each day.
Progressive squeeze The progressive squeeze is a contract bridge squeeze that gains two tricks by squeezing one and the same player twice, hence the name. It is also called triple squeeze for the simple reason that the opponent is squeezed in three suits.
Progressive Social Movement Progressive Social Movement (in Spanish: Movimiento Social Progresista) was a political party in Peru in 1956. Its leaders included Santiago Agurto Calvo (general secretary), Alberto Ruiz Eldredge and the Salazar Bondy brothers.
Progressive Socialist Party The Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) (Arabic "Ř§Ů„ŘŘ˛Ř¨ Ř§Ů„ŘŞŮ‚ŘŻŮ…ŮŠ Ř§Ů„Ř§Ř´ŘŞŘ±Ř§ŮŮŠ" al-hizb al-taqadummi al-ishtiraki) is a political party in Lebanon. Its current leader is Walid Jumblatt. It is ideologically secular and officially non-sectarian, but in practice is led and supported mostly by followers of the Druze faith.
Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine The Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine (Prohresivna Sotsjalistychna Partiya Ukrayiny/Progressivnaya SotsialistiÄŤeskaja Partiya Ukrajiny, ĐźŃ€ĐľĐłŃ€ĐµŃĐ¸Đ˛Đ˝Đ° ŃĐľŃ†Ń–Đ°Đ»Ń–ŃŃ‚Đ¸Ń‡Đ˝Đ° ĐżĐ°Ń€Ń‚Ń–ŃŹ ĐŁĐşŃ€Đ°Ń—Đ˝Đ¸) is a political party in Ukraine, created by Nataliya Vitrenko a flamboyant former member of Socialist Party of Ukraine in 1995. Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine is a left-wing party that supports integration with Russia and Belarus as an alternative to EU.
Progressive Student Labor Front Progressive Student Labor Front (in Arabic: Ř¬Ř¨Ů‡Ř© Ř§Ů„ŘąŮ…Ů„ Ř§Ů„Ř·Ů„Ř§Ř¨ŮŠ Ř§Ů„ŘŞŮ‚ŘŻŮ…ŮŠŘ©) is a Palestinian student organization. It is politically linked to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
Progressive Student Network The Progressive Student Network (PSN) was a national, multi-issue, progressive college student activist organization in the United States. It was founded at a conference in 1980 as a merger of the Revolutionary Student Brigade, the Midwest Coalition against Registration and the Draft (Mid-CARD), and the Student Coalition Against Nukes Nationwide (SCANN).
Progressive talk radio Progressive Talk (or "Liberal Talk") is a talk radio format devoted to expressive progressive/liberal viewpoints of issues. The format has grown considerably, with the rise of networks such as Air America Radio and syndicated personalities such as Ed Schultz, Lionel, Alan Colmes and Stephanie Miller.
Progressive tonality Progressive tonality is the practice of ending a musical composition in a different key than that in which it started. It was avoided from the Baroque period throughout the classical, though some composers began to use it towards the end of the Romantic period, most notably Gustav Mahler in his symphonies (Nos.
Progressive utilization theory Progressive Utilization Theory or PROUT is a socio-economical theory developed in 1959 by Indian philosopher Prabhat Rainjan Sarkar (1921-1990). PROUT is a philosophy that synthesizes the physical, mental and spiritual dimensions of human nature.
Progressive Vote Progressive Vote was a nonprofit 501(c)(4) started by political consultant Kevin Spidel in 2004 after leaving the Kucinich for President campaign. The values of this organization was based on true Progressivism within the Democratic Party.
Progressive World Progressive World is a website featuring music reviews and interviews with artists within the 'progressive music' scene. The website was launched in April 1999 by Stephanie Sollow, and features the contributions of reviewers from across the globe, including John "Bobo" Bollenberg, David Cisco, Larry "LarryD" Daglieri, Keith "Muzikman" Hannaleck, Marcel Haster, Eric Porter, Marcelo Silveyra, Joshua Turner and Clayton Walnum.
Progressive Writers' Movement The Anjuman Tarraqi Pasand Mussanafin-e-Hind or Progressive Writers' Movement was a progressive literary movement in the pre-partition British India, consisting of a few different writers groups around the world.
Progressive-Conservative (candidate) The label Progressive-Conservative was used by some candidates for the Canadian House of Commons in the 1925, 1926, 1930 and 1935 federal elections. The term probably indicates that these candidates were supporters of both the Progressive Party of Canada and the Conservative Party.
Progressively measurable process In mathematics, progressive measurability is a property of stochastic processes. A progressively measurable process cannot "see into the future", but being progressively measurable is a strictly stronger property than the notion of being an adapted process.
Progressivism Progressivism is a term that refers to a broad school of contemporary international social and political philosophies. The term progressive was first widely used in late 19th century America, in reference to a general branch of political thought which arose as a response to the vast changes brought by industrialization, and as an alternative to the traditional conservative response to social and economic issues.
Progressor Progressors in science fiction are people of an advanced space-faring civilization who facilitate progress of less advanced civilizations. It comes from a perspective very much the opposite of what motivates Star Trek's famous Prime Directive.
Progymnasmata Progymnasmata (Greek "fore-exercises", Latin praeexercitamina) are rhetorical exercises gradually leading the student to familiarity with the elements of rhetoric, in preparation for their own practice speeches (gymnasmata, "exercises") and ultimately their own orations.
Prohaeresius Prohaeresius (, Parouyr, ) was a fourth century Armenian Christian teacher and rhetorician originally from Caesarea who taught in Athens. He was one of the leading sophists of the era along with Diophantus and Epiphanius.
Prohairesis In the philosophy of Epictetus Prohairesis is what distinguishes human beings from all other creatures. It is the faculty that makes us desire or avert, feel impelled or repel something, assent to or dissent about something, according to our own judgements.
Prohibited airspace Prohibited airspace refers to an area (volume) of airspace within which flight of aircraft is not allowed, usually due to security concerns. It is one of many types of special use airspace designations and is depicted on aeronautical charts with the letter "P" followed by a serial number.
Prohibited degree of kinship The prohibited degree of kinship refers to a degree of consanguinity (relatedness) below which sexual interrelationships are regarded as incestuous. Inbreeding is a taboo across nearly all cultures worldwide, but the line at which a relationship is considered incestuous varies.
Prohibition The term Prohibition, also known as Dry Law, refers to a law in a certain country by which the manufacture, transportation, import, export, and sale of alcoholic beverages is restricted or illegal. The term also applies to the periods in the histories of the countries during which the prohibition was enforced.
Prohibition (drugs) The prohibition of drugs through legislation or religious law is a common means of controlling the perceived negative consequences of drug use and drug abuse of recreational drug use at a society- or world-wide level.
Prohibition (writ) A writ of prohibition, in the United States, is an official legal document drafted and issued by a supreme court or superior court to a judge presiding over a suit in an inferior court. The writ of prohibition mandates the inferior court to cease any action over the case because it may not fall within that inferior court's jurisdiction.
Prohibition in Canada Prohibition in Canada was a massive attempt to make illegal by law the distribution and selling of alcohol, beginning in the late 19th Century. It reached its height in the 1920s, when outside imports were cut off by provincial plebiscites.
Prohibition in the United States Prohibition in the United States (1920-1933) was the era during which the United States government outlawed the manufacture, transportation, import, export, and sale of alcoholic beverages. It also includes the prohibition of alcohol by state action at different times, and the social-political movement to secure prohibition.
Prohibition party (Canada) Edwin Clarke Appleby ran in the 1930 federal election in Canada as a Prohibition candidate at a time when prohibition of alcohol and the temperance movement were waning. Running in the riding of Vancouverâ€”Burrard, Appleby came in last with 266 votes (0.
Prohibition Party The Prohibition Party is a political party in the United States. As the name implies, the party advocates the prohibition of the use of beverages containing alcohol and was an integral part of the temperance movement.
Prohibitionism Prohibitionism is the belief that citizens will abstain from enjoyable and/or profitable actions if these are typed as illegal, and/or prohibitions are supported by force (enforcement). This belief is responsible for many acts of legislation.
Prohibitory Order A Prohibitory Order is a legal instrument issued by the United States Postal Service, against a mailer, on request of a recipient. Its effect is to criminalize any further attempt by that particular mailer to contact that particular recipient by United States Mail.
Prohor PÄŤinjski Prohor PÄŤinjski (Serbian Cyrillic: ĐźŃ€ĐľŃ…ĐľŃ€ ĐźŃ‡Đ¸ŃšŃĐşĐ¸) is a Serb Orthodox monastery in the deep south of Serbia, located in PÄŤinja District near the border with the Republic of Macedonia. According to tradition, it was founded in the 11th century by the Byzantine emperor Romanus IV in honour of St.
Procheneosaurus Procheneosaurus was the name given to a genus of hadrosaur dinosaur, based on small skulls with low domes in front of the eyes. It is now believed that the remains referred to its various species were from juvenile individuals of two separate dinosaur genera, as shown by Peter Dodson in 1975: Corythosaurus and Lambeosaurus.
Prochilodus lineatus Prochilodus lineatus (synonym P. platensis) is a South American species of ray-finned fish that inhabits the basin of the ParanĂˇ River and the Paraguay River in the Argentine Mesopotamia and Paraguay, and the ParaĂba do Sul River in Brazil.
Proinos Kafes Proinos Kafes (Greek: Î ĎĎ‰ĎŠÎ˝ĎŚĎ‚ ÎšÎ±Ď†ÎĎ‚, literally Morning Coffee) is a television daytime show aired by ANT1 in Greece since 1993. Currently (as from fall of 2005) it is hosted by Eleonora Meleti and Kalomira, and it is one of the most famous shows in the country.
Proj construction In algebraic geometry, Proj is a construction analogous to the spectrum-of-a-ring construction of affine schemes, that produces objects with the typical properties of projective spaces and projective varieties. It is a fundamental tool in scheme theory.
Project 'S' Project 'S' is a proposed adventure game for Nintendo's video game console Wii. It is confirmed to be a collaboration between Hideo Kojima and Goichi SudaSuda's guest appearance on "The Kojima Productions Report"..