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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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Maintain accurate Materials Data Safety Sheets (MSDS) on your drip fluids.
If you receive your dividend in the form of a check mailed directly to you from EquiServe, you are a record holder and may complete an authorization form in order to enroll in the DRIP.
Not that Pollock's drip procedures guaranteed artistic success, as Varnedoe also remarks.
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.
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In addition, DRIPS allow you to sidestep dealing with a stockbroker almost entirely.
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Rather than pay out dividends, DRIPs automatically reinvest your stock dividends to purchase more company shares.
For example, companies such as AT&T (NYSE:T) and Wendy's International (NYSE: WEN), just to name two, offer DSPPs and DRIPs to investors.
DRIPs are offered by companies as a way to buy stock directly from the company in various amounts on a monthly or quarterly basis.
The water drips to an impenetrable hardpan about three feet below ground, which holds the water for take-up by plant roots.
In Dusk, 2001-02, each of Steir's stair-stepped applications of a paint-soaked brush is visible: the splashes as she swiped it across the canvas and the drips as the released paint ran down the surface.