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tear·drop

(tēr'drop)
1. A drop of fluid secreted by the lacrimal glands.
2. A red blood cell with a pear shape, in which the constricted end narrows to a point.
[A.S. tear, teahor, taeher, Old Norse tar]
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came to mind with the teardrop course reversal on the ILS or LOC Rwy 18 into the same Lincoln, NE.
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With its sleek design and birch interior paired with a heavy-duty axle and off-road tires, the Canyonland Teardrop by Boulder-based Colorado Teardrops offers cozy shelter for the rugged outdoors.
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HEARTBREAK: Ray Maggs, right, who has had two teardrops tattooed on his face after his son Brandon, top right, died.
Its aerodynamic teardrop shape means it reduces the wind drag, but does not reduce the space available to store goods.
The world of the bathroom seemed a logical step for the crystal company to take: Swarovski think of crystal as the teardrops of the goddesses and water seemed a natural partner to their crystal.
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In 3000 Tears, 2003, a beam of white marble is incised on all sides with teardrops, as if some flow of sympathy had briefly and mysteriously moved the stone to take the marks of grief.
Shaped like teardrops, these mesas are similar to structures found in parts of the northwestern United States.