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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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locomotives of different horse powers phase wise till the year
The existing strength of electric locomotives is 6,000 horse power ( HP).
For large boat using Hock fishing method, the highest value of TEcrs was 0.98 using engine of 40 horsepower, while its minimum value of TEcrs was 0.96, using boat engine of 230 horse power. Table (1), show that large fishing boats using Hocks using enginr of 40 horsepower were 53% of total boats, have the highest technical efficiency of 0.98.
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.
For a family of 2, a 1/2 horse power disposal should suffice.
Develops 8 horse power at draw bar and 16 horse power on the belt."
Cycles of three such as: SAW HORSE POWER; MEAL TIME PIECE; BACK WATER WING; DOG WATCH FIRE; and SALT WATER TABLE are harder to come by, and cycles of two, e.g., BOAT HOUSE, are downright scarce.
With everything from horse power to steam power, there will also be sheep dog magic, a craft marquee, auto jumble, motorcycle display team, vintage goods and more.
The MOF has also formulated tariff of license taxes for electric passenger cars, which are divided into 10 grades according to horse power of engines, ranging from NT$1,620 at the minimum and NT$117,000 at the maximum.
The Army relied heavily on horse power and requisitioned nearly half a million horses from Britain for the war, many from local farms.