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  • n. Plural form of dropper.


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  • In this latest poll/memo, they look at what they call the droppers (the people who voted for Obama but didn't vote this time) and the switchers (the people who say they voted for Obama last time but voted Republican this time).

    Mike Lux: The Mystical Center

  • There are coin droppers, penny pinchers, screaming baby bringers, stand in the middle of the damn way-erers, and the do you have a plastic baggers.

    Yard Sailing

  • Close-up of eyes another, eye to eye with these bomb droppers from the USA; for -

    Pilots - Part 1

  • That survey found that, while the droppers were a bit more liberal than 2010 voters as a whole, they were split in almost precise thirds into liberals, moderates and conservatives.

    Democrats Try to Crack Mystery of the Missing Voters

  • I don't get that kind of action from here same sort of essays, just less polished but it is better in training to say, "This is from the BBC" than "This is from some blogger." - because we are all name droppers I guess.

    What's LUSH: My anime self, my new fetish wear and more..

  • Comic News Insider, the home of the master name droppers, puts on a show have fan raves and complaints and half stand up comedy.

    Podfight: Which Comic Book ‘Cast is Best?

  • On many occasions I've come across people who simply like to list names, they're like celebrity name droppers at parties.

    There are no Great Novels

  • Before you accuse us of being name droppers, we'll save you the trouble; we're Colin and Justin . . . and we drop names. - Home Page

  • LAST year's name droppers of choice were undoubtedly Glasvegas.

    Manchester Evening News Blogs

  • Sometimes the posts are put at a greater distance apart, and "droppers" placed between them at distances of 7 or 8 ft.

    Wheat Growing in Australia


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