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drop

 [drop]
1. a minute sphere of liquid as it hangs or falls.
2. to descend or cause to descend.
3. a descent or falling below the usual position.

gut·ta

, pl.

gut·tae

(gŭt'ă, -ē),
1. A drop. (abbrev. gt, [sing.], gtt. [pl.]).
2. A rubberlike polyterpene found in gutta-percha. Compare: chicle, gutta-percha.
[L.]

gutta

/gut·ta/ (gut´ah) pl. gut´tae   [L.] drop.

gutta

(gŭt′ə)
n. pl. guttae (gŭt′ē′)
1. Architecture One of a series of small ornaments in the shape of truncated cones used on a Doric entablature.
2. Abbr. gt.Pharmacology A drop, as of liquid medicine.

gutta (gt)

[gut′ə, goo͡t′ä]
Etymology: L, drop
one drop, or about 1 minim, of a medication.

gut·ta

, pl. guttae (gŭt'ă, -ē)
1. A drop. (abbrev. gt, [sing.], gtt. [pl.].
2. A rubberlike polyterpene found in gutta-percha.
Compare: chicle, gutta-percha
[L.]

gutta

A drop, such as an eye or ear drop.

gut·ta

, pl. guttae (gŭt'ă, -ē)
1. A drop. (abbrev. gt, [sing.], gtt. [pl.]).
2. A rubberlike polyterpene found in gutta-percha.
Compare: chicle, gutta-percha
[L.]

gutta

pl. guttae [L.] a drop.
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The outline above of the gutta percha and pusaka trades of Sarawak reveals something of the nature of global commodity trade--indigenous economies at the periphery were shaped in part by the demands from the external economy, but at the same time the local trading, environmental, and cultural motivations were of noticeable, even measurable significance.
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Authentic gutta percha balls and hickory-shafted cubs are what golfers tee off with when they sign up for a round of 1880s golf at Old Bandon Golf Links, believed to be the only public course west of the Mississippi where people regularly play golf as it was played when steel, graphite and titanium shafts were unheard of.
Gutta percha, a material essentially unknown today, made the cable possible.