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drip

Med
a. the usually intravenous drop-by-drop administration of a therapeutic solution, as of salt or sugar
b. the solution administered
c. the equipment used to administer a solution in this way

drip

[drip]
(architecture)
(hydrology)
Condensed or otherwise collected moisture falling from leaves, twigs, and so forth.
(materials)
Oil which comes through the cloth of a paraffin wax press.
Filter drainings too dark to be included in filter stock.
(petroleum engineering)
A discharge mechanism installed at a low point in a gas transmission line to collect and remove liquid accumulations. Also known as blowcase.

drip, headmold, hoodmold, label, throating, weather molding

drip, 4
1. The outermost projecting molding around the top of a door or window, to discharge rainwater.
2. A throat, 2.
3. A pipe, or a steam trap and a pipe considered as a unit, which conducts condensation from the steam side of a piping system to the water or return side of the system.
4. A container that is typically installed at a low point in a gas piping system to collect condensate (i.e., liquids that may form within the gas system).
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The components of a 300ml vitamin drip, contains 16 vitamins and minerals, ranging from vitamin B1, which is said to encourage healthy skin and hair, to vitamin C, to counteract stress.
ReShape is a great blend for weight-watchers who hope to stay in perfect shape with a drip infused with vitamins, slimming L-carnitine, and other potent fat-burners and antioxidants.
If you are interested in becoming a DRIP investor, select the company or companies you believe will be superior long-term holdings.
Despite the costly 225-pound price tag and possible side-effects, the drip can cause infection if administered incorrectly as well as allergic reactions, many young girls are still opting for the treatment.
The presence of the drips in the lower right corner serves as external evidence of the painting's vertical orientation, but someone with the kind of control Pollock insisted he possessed would want the orientation of the painting to come entirely from within.
Don't combine your drip fluids with waste products.
The trick is not to let flames engulf the meat and not to let the fat drip onto the coals," says Felton.
The shareholder obtaining the ruling did not reinvest dividends under the DRIP.
To gauge the number of DRiPs a cell makes, these researchers worked with Ulrich Schubert, also of NIAID, to infuse cells with a radioactively labeled amino acid.
The two strongest, Number 32, 1950 and Autumn Rhythm, deal with the problem by emptying or rather greatly opening the painted field and by introducing straight throws of pigment along with curving and looping drips and pours, as if to acknowledge that at this scale the drip technique, with its implied reference back to the artist's bodily movements, had reached the limit of its effectiveness.
Drip melts images, melding colors and rendering oozing drops that drip from selections.