drippage


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drippage

1. An accumulation of liquid by dripping.
2. A dripping of water from the gutters or eaves of a house.
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The court said a drippage, coupled with the fact that the husband had had sexual relations with five different women, was sufficient for the jury to impute knowledge of the disease to the husband.
Cooper (1993) collected and analyzed rain drippage from CCA-treated telephone poles in service for different times.
Natural rain water drippage was collected over several rain events from small-scale CCA type C treated southern pine decks and from an approximately 12-year-old CCA-C treated spruce/pine/fir deck installed in New Brunswick, Canada.
The decks were placed out-of-doors in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, in May 1998 and the natural rain drippage was collected over a 6-week period (five rain events).