Drop

Drop may refer to:

  • Falling (physics), or allowing an object to fall
  • Drop (liquid) or droplet, a small volume of liquid
    • Eye drops, saline (sometimes mydriatic) drops used as medication for the eyes
  • Drop (volume), a unit of measure of volume

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2009 Super 14 Season - Results - Round 4
... Stephen Sykes, John Smit Con Rory Kockott (3) Pen Rory Kockott (2) Drop Rory Kockott Cards Tendai Mtawarira 73' to 80' Attendance 23,908 Referee Marius Jonker 7 March 2009 ...
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Wharton India Economic Forum - 17th WIEF, 2013 - Narendra Modi Controversy
... also a keynote speaker, termed the decision to drop Modi as "unfortunate and disrespectful", but said that he would attend the event in order to make his point ... that he had received the invitation several days before the decision to drop Modi was made ... also expressed his disapproval of the decision to drop Modi ...
Extreme Makeover - Nielsen Ratings
67th place and averaged 8.7 million viewers per episode, a drop of 22 percent from last season ... place and averaged 5.85 million viewers per episode, a drop of 33 percent from last season ... and averaged 4.85 million viewers per episode, a drop of 17 percent from last season ...
Drop - Other Uses
... Dead drop, a term used in espionage to exchange messages covertly between spies Drop (breakdance move), a breakdance move Drop, Masovian Voivodeship, district in east-central ... Drops (CSI Crime Scene Investigation character), a character in CSI Crime Scene Investigation DROPS, or Demountable Rack Offload and Pickup System, logistic vehicles used by the British ...

Famous quotes containing the word drop:

    It was the words “descended into Hades”
    That seemed too pagan to our liberal youth.
    You know they suffered from a general onslaught.
    And well, if they weren’t true why keep right on
    Saying them like the heathen? We could drop them.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    But words are things, and a small drop of ink,
    Falling like dew, upon a thought, produces
    That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    When the typewriter stops in a New York office everybody’s embarrassed; men start to quarrel or to make love to the stenographer or drop lighted cigarettes in the wastebasket.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)