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dope

1. any of a number of preparations made by dissolving cellulose derivatives in a volatile solvent, applied to fabric in order to improve strength, tautness, etc.
2. an additive used to improve the properties of something, such as an antiknock compound added to petrol
3. Slang
a. any illegal drug, usually cannabis
b. (as modifier): a dope fiend
4. a drug administered to a racehorse or greyhound to affect its performance
5. US and Canadian informal a photographic developing solution

dope

[dōp]
(electronics)
(materials)
A cellulose ester lacquer used as an adhesive or a coating.

dope

1. A material added to a building material such as mortar or plaster to retard or accelerate the set.
2. A material added to a batch of paint to adjust it to specifications.
3. A solution of cellulose nitrate applied to a porous fabric as a protective coating.
4. A compound used in making a pipe joint, as a lubricant and to ensure a leakproof joint.

dope

A finishing thick liquid applied to fabric, normally covering the wing or control surfaces, to tauten it from shrinking, strengthen it, and render it airtight by acting as filler.
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Shorts Plain Weave Polyester and Viscose Dope Dyed Khaki, NCC (Army Wing) (For Boys).
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has already made dope- testing a regular feature in domestic cricket across all formats and has hired a foreign company -- International Dope Tests and Management (IDTM) -- for the whole procedure.
His urine dope sample was reported positive by National Dope Testing Laboratory (NDTL) for the presence of prohibited substance i.e.
The random dope testing was conducted by a team, led by Dr Vece Paes.
The NADA has notified the lifters and the weightlifting federation about the dope flunk.
IN THE recent controversy surrounding the dope taint on 12 leading Indian athletes, the role of the various national sports federations ( NSFs) and the Sports Authority of India ( SAI) in turning a blind eye to the drugs menace has gone unnoticed.
The British scientists, however, have not needed to dope their material because it has picked up some trace impurity in the processing, Friend says.
While the doctors haven't commented on the issue, the seven-time Tour de France winner issued a strong denial of involvement in doping or in any conspiracy to dope.Although USADA alleges a wide-ranging conspiracy extended over more than 16 years, I am the only athlete it has chosen to charge," the BBC quoted Armstrong, as saying in a statement.
The doping control measures will be operational from September 23 to October 14 and the participating athletes will be subjected to unannounced dope tests, anywhere and anytime during that period.
Lahore, Sept 16 (ANI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) and the International Olympics Committee (IOC) have taken dope tests of four cricket players from Pakistan, who are a part of the current Pakistan squad for the ongoing one-day international (ODI) series in England.
A Dope Centre has been set up at the Games Village while the Command Centre will be at the Games Headquarters.
Dope Control is very important from legal and ethical point of view.