References in classic literature ?
I have the three hairs in the tip of a Woozy's tail, a six-leaved clover, a gill of water from a dark well and a drop of oil from a live man's body.
Your wounds are so far mortal that, without the three drops I gave you, you would now be dead.
Then, while Ferguson and Kennedy lay there motionless, the resistless longing came over him to drain the last few drops of water that had been kept in reserve.
and a 15% drop in medium-to-heavy trucks and trailer production still is expected.
The result is less resistance to flow and more uniform pressure to each drop.
The depth of our drops depends upon the drop of the quarterback (3-step, 5-step, 7-step or sprint out).
Haynes: Again, I believe that virtually all failures of topical therapy are failures of delivery; the drop is just not getting to the source of the infection.
These "liquid marbles" represent a "fundamentally new state for a drop," says physicist David Quere.
This amount is expected to drop to 115,000 tons in '96, as automotive demand for machine tools decreases.