dropping

[adj] - falling rapidly 2. [adj] - coming down freely under the influence of gravity
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Dropping

Drop'ping noun 1. The action of causing to drop or of letting drop; falling. 2. plural That which falls in drops; the excrement or dung of animals. Dropping bottle , an instrument used to supply small quantities of a fluid to a test tube or other vessel. --
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dropping

falling adjective coming down freely under the influence of gravity; `the eerie whistle of dropping bombs`; `falling rain`
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Dropping

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drop • (n.) That which falls in drops; the excrement or dung of animals. • (n.) The action of causing to drop or of letting drop; falling.
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Dropping

A sensation that is experienced by many pregnant women, normally towards the last month of the pregnancy as the fetus settles in the pelvis to prepare for birth. Breathing becomes easier as the pressure on the diaphragm lessens, although the need to urinate will increase due to the increase of pressure on the bladder. The abdomen will usually feel.
Found on http://www.pregnology.com/AZ/D/4

dropping

what a snowboarder shouts when he is 'dropping in' to warn others of his presence
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Dropping

Also known as lightening
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