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dropper

 [drop´er]
a pipet or tube for dispensing liquids in drops.

in·stil·la·tor

(in'sti-lā'tŏr),
A device for performing instillation.
Synonym(s): dropper

dropper

a glass or plastic tube narrowed at one end with a rubber bulb at the other end to dispense a liquid medication one drop at a time.

dropper

1. a pipette or tube for dispensing liquids in drops.
2. a wooden or metal spreader holding the wires in a farm fence apart.
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Virospack works with several men's grooming brands to produce droppers for beard oil products.
When experimenting, make the first fly the `safe' fly and take chances with the dropper.
Again use a four fly cast with perhaps Hoppers or cul de canard dries on the top and second dropper and nymphs below.
Classic and push button droppers for skin, hair and nail treatments.
All models are compatible with a broad range of droppers, classic and push button, in a 20/410 neck thread, and are also available with a wiper.
At Quadpack Group, David Reguill, skin care category manager, says the company saw a rise in requests for droppers in 2015, which they expect will continue in 2016.
The droppers are available in a standard color or can be custom colored to match the bottle or metallized.
Virospack says its push button dropper fills the bill for brands looking for a touch of elegance.
These droppers are often being uniquely decorated, with a tendency to emboss or deboss logos on collars, or to add value by spray painting a functional bulb the same tone as the bottle," she remarks, adding that Virospack has adapted the traditional dropper format into a new, syringe-style, push-button dropper design.
Since droppers have changed very little since Louis Pasteur used them in the mid 1800s, we felt that the dropper needed to be re-imagined.
Virospack, with a long background in supplying compatible droppers for both cuticle oils and fast dry drops, has released a line of droppers it says are ideal for nail care products for use by both professionals and consumers.
However, the initial dropper would not be classified as ZeuS.