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drip

equipment designed to remove small quantities of liquids from a gas stream.

Drip

The administering of fluids into the patients vein. This can be used to hydrate the body, correct electrolyte balance or introduce nutrients.

drip

[n] - flowing in drops 2. [n] - (architecture) a projection from a cornice or sill designed to protect the area below from rainwater 3. [v] - fall in drops
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Drip

When fluids or blood are passed into a vein or artery, using a needle or plastic tube.
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Drip

Continuous low intensity advertising over an extended period, usually aimed at giving regular reminders to viewers.
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DRIP

A dividend reinvestment plan allows shareholders to cheaply re-invest dividends in buying more shares....more on DRIP
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Drip

Moulding or groove in overhanging member to prevent water creeping back
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Drip

Groove or moulding in overhanging member to prevent water creeping back.
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Drip

A drip is used to pass fluid or blood into your bloodstream, through a plastic tube and needle that goes into one of your arteries or veins.
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Drip

Drip: In medical usage, a drip is not a dull, unattractive person but a device for administering a fluid drop-by-drop into a vein. It is an intravenous (IV) fluid dripping into a vein, an intravenous fluid drip, a solution (usually a balanced electrolyte solution) administered directly into the venous circulation. It is, for short, an IV.
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Drip

(a) A member of a cornice or other horizontal exterior finish course that has a projection beyond the other parts for throwing off water. (b) A groove in the underside of a sill or drip cap to cause water to drop off on the outer edge instead of drawing back and running down the face of the building.
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Drip

a groove cut into the underside of any projection eg a sill, to prevent water running back onto the face of the building.
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Drip

Drip intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dripped or Dript ; present participle & verbal noun Dripping .] [ Akin to LG. drippen , Danish dryppe , from a noun. See Drop .] 1. To fall in dro...
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Drip

Drip transitive verb To let fall in drops. « Which from the thatch drips fast a shower of rain.» Swift.
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Drip

Drip noun 1. A falling or letting fall in drops; a dripping; that which drips, or falls in drops. « The light drip of the suspended oar.» Byron. 2. (Architecture) That part of a cornice, sill course, or other horizontal member, which projects beyond t...
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drip

1. To flow a drop at a time. ... 2. A flowing in drops. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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drip

trickle noun flowing in drops; the formation and falling of drops of liquid; `there`s a drip through the roof`
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drip

drip mold noun (architecture) a projection from a cornice or sill designed to protect the area below from rainwater (as over a window or doorway)
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drip

verb fall in drops; `Water is dripping from the faucet`
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drip

(drip) the slow, drop-by-drop infusion of a liquid. postnasal drip drainage of excessive mucous or mucopurulent discharge from the postnasal region into the pharynx.
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Drip

• (v. t.) To let fall in drops. • (n.) That part of a cornice, sill course, or other horizontal member, which projects beyond the rest, and is of such section as to throw off the rain water. • (v. i.) To let fall drops of moisture or liquid; as, a wet garment drips. • (v. i.) To fall in drops; as, water drips from the eaves. &bu...
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drip

(from the article `food preservation`) Improper freezing or storage of foods may result in detrimental quality changes. When foods with high amounts of water are frozen slowly, they may ... ...the cells. However, slow freezing results in the formation of large ice crystals and the rupturing of the cell membranes. When slow-frozen flesh ...
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Drip

In architecture the drip is that part of a cornice, sill course, or other horizontal member, which projects beyond the rest, and is of such section as to throw off the rain water. Italian architects call it a corona.
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Drip

- (a) A member of a cornice or other horizontal exterior finish course that has a projection beyond the other parts for throwing off water.(b) A groove in the underside of a sill or drip cap to cause water to drop off on the outer edge instead of drawing back and running down the face of the building.
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