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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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The existing strength of electric locomotives is 6,000 horse power ( HP).
The study results showed the impact of horse power engine on technical efficiency.
Joanne Hawkins with her winning horse Power King at Usk Show
Lucky owners will be able to choose from three different levels of horse power ranging from 240bhp to 360bhp.
Most Edwardian farmers still relied heavily on horse power, but new technology was on the horizon.
Inspired by the hippotherapy sessions their disabled daughter Millie has received, Peter and Vicky Moffitt have set an ambitious goal of raising pounds 1,000 for Horse Power for Ability's Patient Fund.
6 cc engine with 124 horse power, with manual or automatic transmissions, three equipment levels (LX, EX and SX), in addition to selections of nine exterior colours and three interior colours
GREATWOOD, the racehorse rescue charity that works with special needs children, has taken its Horse Power programme to the independent school Millfield, which has run a pilot programme at Marchant-Holliday, a residential site for five- to 12-year-old boys experiencing social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
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.
The 2,500 horse power, DF7G-C diesel-electric locomotives arrived in Havana's port in a US$15 million deal with the China.