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  • The name droppage in Cullum's piece alone is dizzying, but the primary figures are Rosset and 29-year-old filmmaker

    GreenCine Daily

  • I wish BPL did something about connectivity and call droppage instead.

    contentSutra

  • First one was good but way over-hyped- I guess I was expecting a little more jaw-droppage from the first… pretty 'meh' about a sequel

    Star Trek Sequel is Starting Pre-Production Next December? « FirstShowing.net

  • A drunken companion and an indiscriminate fumble resulting the droppage of some really small pieces of fabric.

    Tuna Toast

  • If the crowd is big, expect droppage and squishage under heels.

    The Swell Dressed Party

  • That's not name-droppage, really, because any shmoe with $300 can enroll in the class.

    luvabeans Diary Entry

  • I've been having problems wirelessly frequent droppage of connections for about four days now, but hadn't looked over at the base station: in the apartment it was tucked where it wasn't that easy to see.

    airport sick

  • The ground level of the Pylon was vast and open, carpeted in yellow ochre living carpet that subsisted on spillage and droppage, though during off peak hours keepers sprinkled it with water and fish food.

    The Dragon Never Sleeps

  • The flush of new growth on many evergreens will cause a yellowing of old leaves and leaf droppage.

    The Daily News - News

  • The streets are sort of recovered from serious droppage and are nearly fit enough to drive and walk upon in a more normal human manner than imitating penguins and seals.

    The Guardian World News

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