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horse·pow·er

(hōrs'pow-ĕr),
A unit of power, 550 foot-pounds/sec, or 745.7 W.

horsepower

A unit of power equal to 745.7 watts or 550 foot pounds per second.
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Horse Power for Ability, a not-for-profit organisation, was recently set up near Alnwick by Dorothee Debuse and her husband Stuart.
Greatwood founders Helen and Michael Yeadon pioneered Horse Power as an emotional literacy and communications programme, in which special needs children interact with horses to learn social skills, co-operation, building confidence and the development of trust.
The Pride of Sidmouth has been fitted with new 135 horse power engines which will increase its rescue performances.
If you own a farm and are looking to add horse power to your available tools, FARMING WITH HORSES is a top pick reference.
Eugene's power required the help of horse power back in 1918.
Briggs & Stratton has introduced a powerful and environmentally friendly new range of V-Twin engines available in two displacements with six different horse power options between 18.
It's an extremely expensive piece of machinery - powerful enough to provide a 1,100 horse power thrust (compared to the 850 her first engine produced) and enable her race car to easily cover the track in eight seconds.
33 lb of steel shot per wheel horse power per hour.
The type of Horse Power (HP) ratings available in the organized market with respect to the various types of IHP motors is also included.
WASA sources said 30 horse power motor is installed in a tube well generally and it will cost Rs 2 million to install solar panel to run this motor.
Naveed Asmat said that the topper farmer of the province would be offered 85 Horse-Power Tractor, similarly the second and third farmers would be given 65 Horse-Power and 55 Horse Power tractors, respectively.
0 horse power pump with eight variable speeds and incorporates the benefits of a Safety Vacuum Release System (SVRS).