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drip

Med
a. the usually intravenous drop-by-drop administration of a therapeutic solution, as of salt or sugar
b. the solution administered
c. the equipment used to administer a solution in this way

drip

[drip]
(architecture)
(hydrology)
Condensed or otherwise collected moisture falling from leaves, twigs, and so forth.
(materials)
Oil which comes through the cloth of a paraffin wax press.
Filter drainings too dark to be included in filter stock.
(petroleum engineering)
A discharge mechanism installed at a low point in a gas transmission line to collect and remove liquid accumulations. Also known as blowcase.

drip, headmold, hoodmold, label, throating, weather molding

drip, 4
1. The outermost projecting molding around the top of a door or window, to discharge rainwater.
2. A throat, 2.
3. A pipe, or a steam trap and a pipe considered as a unit, which conducts condensation from the steam side of a piping system to the water or return side of the system.
4. A container that is typically installed at a low point in a gas piping system to collect condensate (i.e., liquids that may form within the gas system).
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Parks said the 2,000 weddings Dripping Springs hosts each year have a huge effect on the tiny town's economy.
The Texas House of Representatives said "I do" to a proposal Wednesday by Republican Jason Isaac to designate Dripping Springs, located about 40 minutes west of Austin, as the state wedding capital.
One is a freshman at Dripping Springs High School and the other is a junior at Texas A&M University.
The batch of dripping was unlikely to pose any risk to health because of the high temperatures at which it was processed, said FSA officials.
Microbiological testing of the dripping did not find any harmful bacteria in the dripping, labelled as 500g Nortech's Finest Beef Dripping.
In the other study, of dripping faucets rather than ceilings, Indiana researchers have for the first time used a computer to simulate a sequence of hundreds of drips rather than just one drip.
The key to preventing PAHs: Stop the fat from dripping on the heat source (see "Avoiding HCAs and PAHs").
Brenner and Xiangdong Shi studied how the thickness, or viscosity, of a liquid affects the shapes of the drops dripping from a nozzle.
That way you'll escape the hassle of continuous dripping for days on end.
In many other paintings of 1959 (Chicago, 1920 and Winter Nights) and of 1960 (Balaclava and Sculpture's Landscape), Bluhm's slashing, dripping brushstrokes, aggressive power, and sensitive palette became his "signature," one no more mistakable for those of Kline or de Kooning than his drips were for Pollock's.
Simply put, the viewer standing before Out of the Web understands that it has been made by cutting and scraping away various biomorphic-seeming configurations from a painted surface laid down by dripping and related procedures over a Masonite board.
Let's blow this color inside this brushstroke,' I think; 'let's get this double exchange between a dripping and brushstroke.