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droop

(droop)
The sagging of an organ or tissue; ptosis.
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Even though there has been an increase in housing in Deadhorse over the last few years, Droop says CH2M wanted something suited for their employees and future capacity for the long run.
By day two some heads had started to open a bit and look better, but three of the blooms had started to droop.
On the other hand, the droop controller cannot provide sufficient low-frequency damping to compensate for the lack of the physical inertia in DG [14, 15].
Table 1- Transient response for different values of droop
Blue and green LEDs provide the essential hues that emit the same white light expected from household bulbs, but they are also among the hardest to engineer and suffer the most from droop.
After we began to droop, the HAC was on the controls, but there was never a "positive, three-way change of controls," as we always brief.
The cover doesn't droop over my folded hands, and there's no sewn-in purple placement ribbon.
We have problems performing maintenance on the Black Hawk main rotor blade spindle droop stop nut, NSN 5310-01-102-8858.
Current sensing provides the needed signals for precision droop, channel-current balancing and over current protection.
Choose the varieties 'Crown flight' and 'Sovereign' if you wish to avoid that problem; they have lower branches that do not droop.
I notice that my plants are more prone to getting eaten by bugs when they re overcrowded, or that they droop when they need water.
Mark Karl Richards was killed in an execution-style shooting as he left the Brewers Droop in Willenhall on Tuesday.