Some articles on drop, drops:
... dropped to 67th place and averaged 8.7 million viewers per episode, a drop of 22 percent from last season ... as it dropped to 113th place and averaged 5.85 million viewers per episode, a drop of 33 percent from last season ... altogether, as it dropped 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-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 Army Hershey's Drops, a ...
... 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 his point ... clarified that he had received the invitation several days before the decision to drop Modi was made ... his disapproval of the decision to drop Modi ...
... Dew Drop Inn A pun on "do drop in" ... See also U-Drop Inn, a café ... Hop Inn similar to the Dew Drop Inn ...
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More definitions of "drop out":
- (verb): Leave school or an educational program prematurely.
Example: "Many students drop out because they are not prepared for our challenging program"
Famous quotes containing the word drop:
“Pleads he in earnest? Look upon his face.
His eyes do drop no tears, his prayers are in jest.
His words come from his mouth; ours from our breast.
He prays but faintly, and would be denied;
We pray with heart and soul, and all beside.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“There is regret. Always, there is regret.
But it is better that our lives unloose,
As two tall ships, wind-mastered, wet with light,
Break from an estuary with their courses set,
And waving part, and waving drop from sight.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)