eyedropper


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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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Use the eyedropper to slowly drip water on the center of the top cracker of your "non-karst bedrock" (see diagram, right).
Use an eyedropper and disposable plastic cups to mix small batches until you get the proportions right.
Accessories such as a nasal sprayer and eyedropper also are available.
Rinse out the eyedropper, and squeeze drops of the second color of dye onto the egg.
He used to complain that, before the young upstarts could get their big fancy machines warmed up to do a chemical analysis, he could find the answer using just an eyedropper, a test tube and a couple of liquid reagents.
Ingredients include goggles, water paints, food colors, detergent, test tubes, eyedropper, measuring cups, and other tools to conduct your lava experiment.
Instead, use an eyedropper to collect the mercury and double bag it in locking plastic bags.
They are given an assortment of equipment: trays, petri dishes, graduated beakers, an eyedropper, a ruler, a scale, and a stopwatch.
Eucalyptus oil (cineole 1:8), a pheromone substitute, was applied with an eyedropper to a coffee filter located on a tree at breast height (approx.
The last time I reviewed this tool, I complained about some functionalities that weren't available, including an eyedropper tool to match color, table formatting options (such as table padding), and drag and drop.
A small drop of culture medium was removed from the colony using an eyedropper, was placed on a microscope slide, and was observed under 10X magnification.
As the fact pieces became supersized at The New Yorker, its fiction followed the lead of the casuals and migrated in the opposite direction, dieting on eyedropper dribblets of pale scenery and sparse dialogue as the minimalism of Ann Beattie, Mary Robison, Susan Minot, and other maidens of sorrow helped define a decade's slacker pose.