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drag

(drag),
1. The lower or cast side of a denture flask.
2. Any tendency for one moving thing to pull something else along with it.

drag

adjective Referring to a person who assumes both the dress and manners of a person of the opposite sex, typically in an exaggerated fashion (e.g., a drag show).

noun The dress and behaviour of a person of one sex when worn by a member of the opposite sex, typically in an exaggerated fashion; e.g., to be dressed in drag.

drag,

n tension between the stretch or pull of tissue and the tissue's resistance.

drag

(drag)
1. The lower or cast side of a denture flask.
2. Any tendency for one moving thing to pull something else along with it.

drag,

n the lower, or cast, side of a denture mold or flask, to which the cope is fitted. The base of the cast is embedded in plaster or stone, with the remainder of the denture pattern exposed to be engaged by the plaster or stone in the cope (the upper part of the flask).
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But she hung on to the steering wheel and was dragged down the street.
The falls in REIT shares dragged down shares of property developers.
But within a half-hour, as dancing dragged down into schtick and daring fizzled into half-hearted entanglements, the excitement leaked off.
Thanks to the Goss purge, the CIA--always a problematic agency at best--may be dragged down to the level of the OSP, and tasked with creating "intelligence" to suit the whims of President Bush and his cohorts.
The seven-year-old dog is believed to have been thrown in to the river around four miles away at Bonhill or Renton, and dragged down river in the tide.
Vulnerable to speculation by highly mobile capital, and carrying a negative economic balance, the Argentine economy suffered the pangs of a Mexican-style currency crisis and later surrendered, dragged down by a global economic crisis.
A MAN was dragged down a busy street as he tried to stop a thief stealing his car.
As such, the writing can sometimes seem dragged down by historical fact so it does not have the free-flowing gossamer of typical Bradley.
Veronis Suhler's annual Communications Industry Report, just released, reports that industry-wide revenues jumped more than 18 percent, reaching $276 billion in 2000, but overall operating income was dragged down by 48 percent, to $11.
Coles Myer chief executive Dennis Eck moved to quell rumours that the Australian retail giant is considering selling off the unprofitable apparel and general merchandise sections of the business after they dragged down half year pre tax profits at the group by 33%.
But, by September, oil-inspired inflation worries dragged down the Dow, the Nasdaq composite index, and Standard & Poor's 500 index, affecting sectors from transportation to technology.
The new study bolsters that idea, says Albarede, by showing that ocean sediments get dragged down and then rise back up along with the volcanic rocks.