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droop

(droop)
The sagging of an organ or tissue; ptosis.
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DROOPY LIDS Fed up of looking half asleep the whole time?
HABIT: Not engaging the back Without a connection to the back and core, arms can look not only droopy but also disjointed, as if stuck onto a mannequin.
As advertised, the droopy tips greatly improved short field takeoffs and low speed controllability and they reduced the Tripacer's famed power-off, brick-like sink rate.
If you eat contaminated food, symptoms may begin six hours to two weeks later and include altered vision, droopy eyelids, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing and muscle weakness starting at the shoulders and progressing downward.
Lawmakers in Florida have passed a bill that could suspend students for wearing droopy trousers.
Droopy pants, sliding belts and a gut the size of a Volkswagen sure do get in the way of a smooth draw.
To recognize the signs of a stroke, use the acronym FAST: Face-weakness or numbness, droopy mouth or crooked smile; Arm or leg-weakness or numbness; Speech-difficulty in understanding or speaking; Time-call 9-1-1 immediately (October 9 2006 Archives of Internal Medicine).
But, warns Chouinard, it's important to "create a climate for these creatures to stick around." To accomplish this, he plants mullein and Queen Anne's lace with large, droopy leaves to provide shade for beneficial insects.
Around February, some plants take on a sickly looking appearance: droopy or crunchy with brown or yellow foliage.
Forget Botox this is the new wonder ingredient being touted by the antiwrinkle brigade and it doesn't require needles or cause droopy brows
droopy eyes, protruding teeth, slobbering," said Dolph Pulliam, director of Drake's community outreach and development.
Similarly, Cabana, 2000, shows a poolside tryst partially visible through a droopy rosebush.