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Prop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (481 words)
Props are distinct from the scenery or sets, large objects in many productions that can be considered part of the stage.
However, a prop must read well from the house, which is to say it must look to the audience like the real thing it represents.
Thus a prop's availability to the performer must be guarded as diligently as an individual's valued private property.
AlterNet: Avalanche Against Prop 54 (1630 words)
Prop 54 was the brainchild of Ward Connerly, a conservative businessman and member of the California Board of Regents.
Prop 54 would have barred state agencies, the University of California, public hospitals, and law enforcement officials from gathering data on citizens' race or ethnicity in all but a few -- and, according to Prop 54's opponents, poorly described instances.
Prop 54's defeat was, moreover, a resounding repudiation of Connerly himself.
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