Progressive

Progressive is an adjectival form of progress and may refer to:

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Usage-based Insurance - Insurance - Implementations - Progressive Insurance
... Snapshot is a car insurance program developed by Progressive Insurance in the United States ... Progressive has received patents on its methods and systems of implementing usage-based insurance and has licensed these methods and systems to other companies ... Progressive has service marks pending on the terms Pay As You Drive and Pay How You Drive ...
Dan Swanö
... but he achieved fame as the vocalist and songwriter of progressive death metal band Edge of Sanity ... as influential in the underground melodic death metal, black metal, progressive metal, death metal, progressive rock, power metal communities ... He is known for his progressive rock-influenced songwriting style and his frequent use of both clean and growled vocals ...
Pallas (band)
... Pallas are a progressive rock band based in the UK ... They were one of the bands at the vanguard of what was termed neo-progressive during progressive rock's second-wave revival in the early 1980s ...
Progressive Field
... Progressive Field is a Major League baseball park located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio ... Jacobs, from its inaugural season in 1994 until 2008, when its name was changed to Progressive Field after its naming rights were purchased by the Progressive ...
Progressive - Other Fields
... Progressive illness, an illness that gradually progresses Continuous and progressive aspects, a grammatical aspect that expresses incomplete action Progressive chess, a chess variant Progressive education, which ...

Famous quotes containing the word progressive:

    ... feminist solidarity rooted in a commitment to progressive politics must include a space for rigorous critique, for dissent, or we are doomed to reproduce in progressive communities the very forms of domination we seek to oppose.
    bell hooks (b. c. 1955)

    A radical is one of whom people say “He goes too far.” A conservative, on the other hand, is one who “doesn’t go far enough.” Then there is the reactionary, “one who doesn’t go at all.” All these terms are more or less objectionable, wherefore we have coined the term “progressive.” I should say that a progressive is one who insists upon recognizing new facts as they present themselves—one who adjusts legislation to these new facts.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    Politically, Swift was one of those people who are driven into a sort of perverse Toryism by the follies of the progressive party of the moment.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)