drippy


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wet with light rain

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leaking in drops

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Consumers can now access difficult cleaning surfaces and eliminate the drippy, wasteful mess caused by conventional dispensing technology.
DOT from the Charlie's Angels soundtrack album is welcome, and the Neptunes transform Emotion from a slightly drippy Bee Gees cover into something much tougher.
Climate is the first big reason, with sales decline in the hottest days of summer as Washington's steamy summers make strolling with a cone too drippy an experience.
It's as if all of the book's wackiness is insufficient veil for some sort of drippy chaos, an impressionistic swamp which can (and toward the end does) overcome whatever sense of security and normalcy readers might think they are feeling.
I'm the killer of all things icky and moving: bugs, spiders, drippy noses, and anything that's generally perceived as too gross for the female staff to deal with.
Like much from this company the new release is dreamy, sentimental, a little drippy, easy to listen to, and almost totally forgettable -- New Age Mystic Moods.
It will join the ranks of our current big, messy, drippy and delicious burgers.
Ever action of dousing each other with water, thrashing their feet in a big metal tub, or simply pedaling their legs ecstatically as they lie in a drippy mess on the floor exudes ecstasy.
Make certain that no drippy faucets or connections are present.
And not just with some sterile, academic diatribe, or with some drippy account of victimization, but from the perspective of a white boy who figures out the stupidity of bigotry all on his own.
On a damp and drippy spring morning in eastern Oregon's Blue Mountains, I guided my pickup off Interstate-84 just west of La Grande, then turned onto a narrow, unmarked road.
There's a way to resuscitate the drippy economy without resorting to tax-and-spend strategies.
The Walshes, transplants from wholesome old Minnesota, are as drippy and straight as any network sitcom parents.
Frozen-food packagers often add starch to maintain a vegetable's structure, Smith notes, but the food tends to lose water as it thaws, leaving consumers with a drippy mess.
That means continuing to go out with a geek like Tamwar - even though she's dumped him for being too drippy - and step in and defend Janine to a mouthy Sharon after she discovers Scarlett has been left home alone.