dry point


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dry point

[′drī ‚pȯint]
(analytical chemistry)
The temperature at which the last drop of liquid evaporates from the bottom of the flask.
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Houston is best remembered in the saddle for her association with the Duke of Devonshire's Dry Point and the Mick Naughton-trained Quip, a previously notorious runaway on whom she won three races.
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Billy Newnes is in treble form at Thirsk as Poets Cove (Wally Carter) wins the two-year-old conditions heat, Dry Point (James Toller) is too good for Our Fan in the handicap sprint and Keep Bidding (Mick Easterby) upsets Glastondale in the mile-and-a-half heat.