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d ro per

  • n  pipet consisting of a small tube with a vacuum bulb at one end for drawing liquid in and releasing it a drop at a time
    she used an eye dropper to administer medication to the eyes

  • The film's climactic battle, between two imposing CGI ice bears, is a literal jaw-dropper.
  • A former Hollywood film producer, Dominick was a creature of parties and a confessed name-dropper.
  • The real jaw dropper, however, was Ahmadinejad's willingness to attack in the most personal terms.
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  • Fred Eisenberger in CBC.ca
    This would be a jaw-dropper of an attraction for Hamilton,said Mayor Fred Eisenberger. "It would be a tremendous new asset for our city, and a major part of the revitalization of downtown Hamilton."
  • Dominick Dunne in Chicago Tribune
    In his 1999 memoir, "The Way We Lived Then: Recollections of a Well-Known Name Dropper," Dunne recalled a party at Humphrey Bogart's house where he mingled with the likes of Judy Garland and Spencer Tracy.
  • Jeff Gordon in Pittsburgh Post Gazette
    I think the punishment on Friday fit the crime,Gordon said after the race. "I think that anything further than that is going to be extremely disappointing and really kind of a jaw-dropper."

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