free drop


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free drop

The dropping of equipment or supplies from an aircraft without the use of parachutes.
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It allows passengers to be dropped off immediately adjacent to the terminal, however should passengers wish to take advantage of free drop off a further new facility has now opened along Airport Way, benefiting from its own entrance and exit and allows a 30-minute free drop off period.
Complaining that his spikes were touching the rubber sheeting at the base of the bunker, he claimed he was entitled to a free drop and referee Mark Hill agreed.
And then he smashed his shot straight over the TV tower that got him the free drop in the first place.
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The session at The Atkinson, Lord Street, Southport, is free drop in with a suggestion of a PS1 donation.
Dave Renwick - caddie for playing partner Ricardo Gonzales - noted that McIlroy's left foot was still on the white line of a spectator area when he played his shot following a free drop.
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THE Foleshill Women's Training Centre holds free drop in sessions every Friday.
I agree that maybe a 20-minute free drop off would be far better than a rip-off of pounds 1 for 15mins.
She was unlucky to find the ball resting at the base of a tree - a couple of feet left or back and she would have had a clear chip, a couple of feet right or forward and she would have had a free drop because of the stand.
He was given a free drop, incorrectly, and then asked to put the ball back and take an unplayable lie.
But, if his ball lands on one, local rules give him a free drop.