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drop off

a steep or vertical descent
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The result is that the ox sickens, takes the disease in a mild form, which causes its tail to drop off, as a rule about a foot from the root, and becomes proof against future attacks.
Import up and drop off / - operates on one shift on weekdays,
From June 4, drivers visiting Liverpool John Lennon Airport will face a minimum PS2 charge to drop off passengers - unless they use a car park 10 minutes' walk away from the main terminal.
Established Dry Cleaners and drop off service in East Orlando, Business sale comprises two locations, one drop off and other is Drycleaners.
A RECYCLING company wants shoppers to drop off their unwanted clothes before buying any more.
The pounds 2m scheme has included a streamlined rapid pick up and drop off zone, redevelopment of the short stay car park and improved pedestrian walkways.
Now, quickly come up with the most efficient way to pick up and drop off the campers.
Antelope Valley Bank officials said people can drop off donations at the bank's branches, and the trucking company will pick the items up.
Royal Mail spokeswoman Jane Beese said secure prearranged drop off points were used as staff can not carry more than 16kgs on their rounds.
When I was there on Wednesday there's actually no waiting time and if you are only there to drop off you have got to pay pounds 1 to get through the barriers to drop somebody off.
Local residents can drop off items at either of Houlihan/Lawrence's Yorktown offices, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.