dropping point


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dropping point

[′dräp·iŋ ‚pȯint]
(chemistry)
The temperature at which grease changes from a semisolid to a liquid state under standardized conditions.
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Derek Carson insists he is happy with the start his Neilston side have made to the season despite dropping points in midweek.
Bernardo Silva says City must improve after dropping points against Spurs
This was one of the two games on the run-in where I felt Liverpool would be most at risk of dropping points - the other was against Tottenham, which was a desperately close call.
Rangers look stronger and Celtic have been given an incentive after dropping points against Kilmarnock.
He said: "Obviously Scarborough got beaten and Bamber Bridge drew, so other sides are dropping points.
AT the end of the season we will know if Liverpool have solved their problem of dropping points against the teams at the lower end of the table.
"You look at Manchester City dropping points, you look at Liverpool dropping points and that tells you how difficult this league has become."
The Chilean insists he is not worried about the start City have made to the campaign, but at the same time he has no doubt they need to stop dropping points.
We have the quality to win the three points and I hope we can do it tomorrow." After dropping points against Al Khor and a defeat to Rayyan, Amotta was happy; his rivals have not taken advantage of their lapses.
"They are going on about us dropping points - but I would say the same thing to be honest," said Ferguson.