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Drop: When the ball is released by hand (with an extended arm at shoulder height) and put back in play after being lifted under various situations within the rules of golf
Tear Drop: The tear drop, also called a runner or a floater, is usually performed by undersized players (mainly point guards). A player usually starts the layup procedure a good distance away from the . . . View Full Definition
Dropsy: A contraction for hydropsy. The presence of abnormally large amounts of fluid. Congestive heart failure
Drop-Off Charge: The fee added to a car rental when the vehicle is returned to a city other than where it was originally rented. In some states, there is no drop off fee most of the time, such as in florida.
Hydrophobic: Water-fearing.Term applied to nonpolar molecules that cannot bond with water.
Drop Step: Also called a 'reverse pivot', the drop step is a move in which the player posting up takes a back step on the side of a defender behind him and spins to that side to gain leverage.
Dropsonde: A radiosonde dropped with a parachute from an aircraft rather than lifted by a balloon to measure the atmosphere below.
Raindrop Technique: Originated by D. Gary Young, raindrop technique is a noninvasive tool for helping to correct defects in the curvature of the spine caused by viruses and bacteria that lie dormant there. Anti . . . View Full Definition
Drop Volley: A drop shot executed from a volley
Add-Drop: The period of time at the beginning of each term when schedules can be adjusted without penalty. The length of the add/drop period varies by class and is determined by the number of instruct . . . View Full Definition