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dropper

1. a small tube having a rubber bulb at one end for drawing up and dispensing drops of liquid
2. Angling a short length of monofilament by which a fly is attached to the main trace or leader above the tail fly
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Regarding safety and adverse events, neither micro-dosing nor eye dropper treatment altered heart rate or blood pressure, and no adverse events resulted in a subject being discontinued from the study.
Ceramiracle "First Light, The Serum" is packaged in a bottle with a dropper.
The clean and simple design is combined with the AB266 dropper, offering a silver aluminum collar and black nitrilic rubber.
Even more noteworthy, automated analysis results only acknowledged one of two domains and not the second stage dropper which was programmed with the ZeuS package.
Water droppers were made in a variety of materials, including porcelain, metal, glass and jade.
Start with the same basic setup: 20- to 30-pound conventional rig, Bimini twist in mainline, 40 feet of 50-pound monofilament, and dropper loop as before.
Two different seismic sources were used: a GISCO ESS100 accelerated weight dropper and a custom made seismic shotgun.
The primary fly is used for weight, and more than half the trout hammer the dropper.
Andy caught his first two fish on a DI2 sinking line with Blobs on the top dropper and tail and two cormorants in between.
Use the dropper or measuring cup that comes with the medicine, not a household substitute.
ADM Tronics advises the use of a dispensing container with a spray, dropper, or nozzle to allow for controlled, light application.
For low-speed handpieces, attachments and air scalers, you'll want to use lubricant in a dropper bottle once or twice a week or as recommended by the manufacturer.