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DRIP. The right of drip is an easement by which the water which falls on
one house is allowed to fall upon the land of another.
2. Unless the owner has acquired the right by grant or prescription, he
has no right so to construct his house as to let the water drip over his
neighbor's land. 1 Roll. Ab. 107. Vide Rain water; Stillicidium; and 3 Kent,
Com. 436; Dig. 43, 23, 4 et 6; 11 Ad. & Ell. 40; S. C. 39 E. C. L. R. 21.
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We can drip feed
an investment over time, thus reducing the risk and benefiting when the markets are cheap.
It's good that we drip feed
the players in and build up the squad.
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An increasing number of workers are employed by the state doing non jobs and 20 million people are reliant on a drip feed
of tax credits (Labour's built in majority?
You can drip feed
your investment over six to 12 months.
While safety to the consumer is of paramount importance the continual drip feed
of announcements saps the confidence of the sheep industry at a time of great difficulties.