Drop may refer to:
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... of the top 50, dropped to 67th place and averaged 8.7 million viewers per episode, a drop of 22 percent from last season. 100 altogether, as it dropped to 113th place and averaged 5.85 million viewers per episode, a drop of 33 percent from last season ... to 175th place and averaged 4.85 million viewers per episode, a drop of 17 percent from last season ...
... 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-centra ... Drops (CSI Crime Scene Investigation character), a character in CSI Crime Scene Investigation DROPS, or Demountable Rack Offload and Pickup System, logistic vehicles ...
... forum has been compromised." Ron Somers, 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 ... the invitation several days before the decision to drop Modi was made ... Kejriwal also expressed his disapproval of the decision to drop Modi ...
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... Dew Drop Inn A pun on "do drop in" ... See also U-Drop Inn, a café ... Hop Inn similar to the Dew Drop Inn ...
Famous quotes containing the word drop:
“Do they merit vitriol, even a drop of it? Yes, because they corrupt the young, persuading them that the mature world, which produced Beethoven and Schweitzer, sets an even higher value on the transient anodynes of youth than does youth itself.... They are the Hollow Men. They are electronic lice.”
—Anthony Burgess (b. 1917)
“I have been oranging and fat,
carrot colored, gaped at,
allowing my cracked os to drop on the sea
near Venice and Mombasa.
Over Maine I have rested.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Through the certain prospect of death, a precious, sweet- smelling drop of levity might be mixed into every lifebut now you strange pharmacist-souls have turned it into a foul-tasting drop of poison through which all life is made repulsive.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)