Some articles on pro:
... He turned pro in 2009 at junior featherweight and won his first two fights. ...
... A near-riot occurred on May 7, 2002, when a pro-Palestinian group attended a pro-Israel demonstration on campus ... The pro-Israel students say that the Palestinian supporters chanted anti-semitic epithets at them, such as "Hitler should have finished the job." The pro-Palestinian group say the pro-Israelis started the conflict ...
... Date Czech Title English Title Remarks 1958 Divertimento pro žesťové a bicí nástroje Divertimento for brass and percussion expansion of movements from the Eight ... original version for concert band also for chorus and orchestra (1972) 1973 Al Fresco pro koncertní dechový orchestr Al Fresco for concert band 1995 ... Divertimento pro dechové a bicí nástroje ...
... Date Czech Title English Title Remarks 1943 Sonatina Sonatina Op.1 for piano 1952 Sonáta pro klavír č.1 Sonata No.1 Op.11 for piano 1955 Osm českých duet Eight Czech Duets ...
... For example, the labels "pro-choice" and "pro-life" imply endorsement of widely held values such as liberty and freedom, while suggesting that the opposition must be "anti-choice" or "anti-life" (alter ... used by some in the debate to describe their opponents include "pro-abortion" or "pro-abort" ... seven in ten Americans described themselves as "pro-choice" while almost two-thirds described themselves as "pro-life." The appropriate terms with which to designate the human organism prior to ...
More definitions of "pro":
- (noun): An athlete who plays for pay.
- (adj): In favor of (an action or proposal etc.).
Example: "A pro vote"
- (noun): An argument in favor of a proposal.
Famous quotes containing the word pro:
“The upbeat lawyer/negotiator of preadolescence has become a real pro by nowcynical, shrewd, a tough cookie. Youre constantly embroiled in a match of wits. Youre exhausted.”
—Ron Taffel (20th century)
“It is sweet and honourable to die for ones country.
[Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori.]”
—Horace [Quintus Horatius Flaccus] (658 B.C.)