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DROOL

(games)
Dave's Recycled Object-Oriented Language. Language for writing adventure games. An updated implementation of AdvSys. multiple inheritance, garbage collection.

["Dave's Recycled OO Language", David Betz, Dr. Dobbs J, Oct 1993, pp.74-78].
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There are drugs to counteract drooling which your father's doctor can supply.
London [UK], august 11 ( ANI ): Jennifer Lawrence's 'Mother' has already left her fans drooling thanks to its bone-chilling trailer, but her fans are not going to be happy when they discover what she went through during the shooting of the horror flick.
Classic signs of an animal being in distress due to fireworks include, a change in appetite, trying to escape the noise, excessive barking and drooling.
Main features: the watershed of Drooling in general and the town of Saint-Cere in particular are subject to the risk of flooding and suffered major floods in the past (1930 1960 1982 2000 2010).
While movement problems are the main symptom of Parkinson's disease, non-motor issues such as drooling, anxiety and bowel problems affect a large number of patients and begin sooner than previously thought.
Drooling, of course, is a biological side-effect of producing saliva which contains the digestive enzymes that are so useful for the process of eating.
It doesn't matter if you are extruding sheet, film, pipe, tubes, or profiles--you can come face-to-face with drooling dies in any of these processes.
Looking glamorous after her London experience, Natasha joined the rest of the ladies drooling over the diamonds on display.
Drooling (also known as driveling, ptyalism, sialorrhea, or slobbering) is when saliva flows outside the mouth, defined as "saliva beyond the margin of the lip".
M2 PHARMA-July 29, 2010-FDA gives green light to chronic drooling treatment in children(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
However, he experiences drooling to the point of wanting the clozapine discontinued.
A Drooling occurs when children don't swallow their own saliva.