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droop

(droop)
The sagging of an organ or tissue; ptosis.
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Other shared areas include an exercise room, a weight room, a recreation room with pool and ping pong tables, and an Internet gaming room, which, Droops says, "is a nod to our up and coming younger workers.
However, the notorious efficiency droop phenomenon makes the GaN LEDs more power-consuming at higher current and causes the increase of chip cost.
You'll have a tailwind until you're over the deck, and you'll probably droop a little when you kick the nose around.
The extension droops into a bulbous mass hovering just above the floor.
When a saintpaulia (African violet) droops, leaves break off, and the plant struggles to survive, there are two probable reasons ( one bad, the other worse.
Above audience and performers alike, an inner ceiling droops downwards in sail-like sleeves that both help disperse sound and secrete necessary technical apparatus.
These include the galah, sulphur-crested cockatoo and crimson rosella, which feed on fallen olives or remove droops from the tree and drop the pits beneath.
Christ droops upon the Cross, pale lily wilted brown,
The eye controlled by the sleeping hemisphere droops shut, while the wakeful hemisphere's eye stays open and vigilant.
In the other all- scr affair, Bridge Tree will prove hard to catch but Droops Theresa could prove a major threat.
But her sculptures, which she calls "machines of enjoyment," have meaning only when they are put to use: thus a cannon that shoots confetti (Confetti Canyon, 2001), an air compressor that activates a whistle (Twistle, 2003), and an as-yet-unnamed project--a large tree made of soft felt that droops its branches when someone sits in its shadow--that will be on view this month in a solo show at Galleria Franco Noero in Turin.