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dropper

1. a small tube having a rubber bulb at one end for drawing up and dispensing drops of liquid
2. Angling a short length of monofilament by which a fly is attached to the main trace or leader above the tail fly

Trojan dropper

Software that injects Trojans, viruses, worms and other malware into a computer. When run, it typically decompresses the malware components hidden within the dropper file and executes them, sometimes without saving them on disk to avoid detection. The Trojan dropper may appear to users as legitimate software that they want to install. To avoid detection, droppers may also include images and other benign data in their package. "Joiner" programs are typically used to create Trojan droppers with many files. See Trojan and wiretap Trojan.
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You need: tap water, penny, soap or detergent, paper towel, a flat waterproof surface, eyedropper or pipette, notebook and pencil
Step 3: Using an eyedropper, place one drop of water on specimens.
I quickly found a new eyedropper in the medicine cabinet, warmed some milk and tried feeding the mysterious animal.
By double clicking on the eyedropper tool it is possible to change the settings so that a 3-by-3 or 6-by-6 group of pixels is sampled, thus minimizing the effect of any aberrant pixels.
Still another eyedropper remedy can be made by putting a teaspoon of dried rose petals in a cup of boiling water.
Alternatively, a periodontal syringe (plastic syringe with a tapered, curved tip) or soft, plastic eyedropper may be used.
* 1 piece of thin cotton cloth (6 inches square) for each egg * Eyedropper * Three colors of dye * Hard-boiled white eggs * Rubberbands
Using an eyedropper, drop one of the colors onto the carrageenin bath to check flotation and spreadability.
Materials 2 paper plates * 7 saltine crackers * 18 sugar cubes * measuring cup * water * eyedropper
Prepare a flower essence dosage bottle by mixing 2 to 4 drops of Rescue Remedy (or 2 drops each of up to 5 individual remedies) with 1 fluid ounce (2 tablespoons) filtered or spring water in a small glass bottle equipped with an eyedropper or spray top.
When she was around three-months old I started feeding her diluted herbal teas with an eyedropper, which she sucked down enthusiastically.
YOU NEED: 1 teaspoon (1 gram) raw wheat germ * 1/4 teaspoon (1 milliliter) liquid detergent * 1 tablespoon (14 ml) rubbing alcohol (70% isopropyl alcohol) * 1 tablespoon (20 ml) hot tap water (50 [degrees] to 60 [degrees] C) * 50 ml test tube (beaker or spice jar will also work) * graduated cylinder * glass or wooden stirring rod * paper clip hook * eyedropper * paper towels TO DO: 1.