Some articles on drops, drop:
... During the experiment, we may sizes of the drops each time, thus reduce the precision of value of the surface tension ... experiment to measure the weight of the drops in a fixed number rather than directly measure the number of the drops ... tension based on the weight of the drops in a fixed number can be more precise than the original method based on the number of drops, especially for ...
... The drops of water running down the bodies of the damned are painted in a manner seldom seen up to and including the early nineteenth century ... unmixed pigments, in discretely applied quantities comprise the image of one drop and its shadow ... highlighting, strokes of yellow and green respectively denote the length of the drop, and the shadow is red ...
... Captured pieces are truly captured in sannin shogi ... They are retained "in hand", and can be brought back into play under the capturing player's control ...
... Drops of God (神の雫, Kami no Shizuku?, lit ... The Drops of God) is a New York Times Best Selling Japanese manga series about wine ... publishing the series in North America under the title The Drops of God ...
... is 27 °C (81 °F) in the second half of August, in late August and early September drops to 26 °C (79 °F) in the second half of September drops ... Around mid-October drops to 24 °C (75 °F), about the last week of October drops to 23 °C (73 °F) and in early November drops to 22 °C (72 °F) (data of 2010) ...
Famous quotes containing the word drops:
“At a few drops of womens rheum, which are
As cheap as lies, he sold the blood and labor
Of our great action.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“I have often told you that I am that little fish who swims about under a shark and, I believe, lives indelicately on its offal. Anyway, that is the way I am. Life moves over me in a vast black shadow and I swallow whatever it drops with relish, having learned in a very hard school that one cannot be both a parasite and enjoy self-nourishment without moving in worlds too fantastic for even my disordered imagination to people with meaning.”
—Zelda Fitzgerald (19001948)
“I stand on top
of our back steps and breathe the rich air
a mother skunk with her column of kittens swills the garbage pail.
She jabs her wedge-head in a cup
of sour cream, drops her ostrich tail,
and will not scare.”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)