Definitions for "Prologue"
The preface or introduction to a discourse, poem, or performance; as, the prologue of Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales;" esp., a discourse or poem spoken before a dramatic performance
To introduce with a formal preface, or prologue.
an introductory passage or speech before the main action of a novel, play, or long poem
Keywords:  tour, trial, race, stage, kilometres
the principle [ of the French ] of the race of the stage, generally a test of the time, can not count in the general classification.
A short time trial held at the start of a stage-race. Prologues are generally under 8 kilometres long.
One type of beginning for a stage race, which is a relatively short time trial.
Keywords:  elton, linda, peters, album, john
Prologue is an album by Elton John, featuring recordings made in the 1960s. It features four Linda Peters songs.
PostScript being a language, a typical PostScript program (i.e. a typical PostScript file) consists of two parts. The first part is composed of resources, such as fonts, procsets, etc. and the second part of calls to these procedures. The first part is called the prologue, and the second, the script.
an excellent indicator of the aerobic and anaerobic power combination that constitutes cycling fitness
a small piece of writing that is presented at the beginning of a report or a long write up
Keywords:  delivers, one
One who delivers a prologue.