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eyedropper

(ī′drŏp′ər)
n.
A small usually glass tube with a suction bulb at one end, used especially for administering liquid medicine into the eye by drops.
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And an eyedropper was used to drip-feed grain and water down his gullet.
Lloyd fed and watered the headless chicken directly into its gullet using an eyedropper.
Mix a saline solution of a quarter-teaspoon salt and 8 ounces of water and squirt it in your nose with an eyedropper to flush out pollen.
Lloyd fed Mike straight down the neck hole with an eyedropper.
Just an eyedropper full was being used, so the product could say it contained aloe.
If this is not possible, try an eyedropper or tape to pick up the beads to be placed in a plastic bag.
By using an eyedropper to demonstrate the extremely small amount relative to the l000-ml beaker, she again raises the issue of percentages (line 73) and asks AJ to supply the actual percentage (line 74).
If the mother is unable to get the baby latched on, start cabbage leaves, start expressing milk, and give the expressed milk to the baby by spoon, cup, finger feeding, or eyedropper and get help quickly.
The problem with this exercise was that both the bucket and eyedropper were pictured as the same size.
2g each) of virgin straight hair, white blotting paper (20mm wide x 180mm long), weighing bottles (100ml), water bath (25 [degrees] C), stopwatch, centimeter ruler and eyedropper.
Depending upon the cartridge, an eyedropper or syringe can be used to refill the ink.
Visioneer's Scan Manager Pro includes multi-level zoom activated by rolling the mouse wheel, an eyedropper for selecting blackpoint, midpoint and whitepoint, response curve editing with dynamic histogram, hue and saturation adjustments and output scaling.