This term refers to the short period at the beginning of any semester or session when students can drop a class and receive a refund. Dropped classes will not appear on an official academic transcript.
A course outcome submitted by a CDL instructor that indicates that a student has not actively engaged in course activities throughout the term or did not "show up for class" at all. A drop outcome is accompanied by the date of "last substantive contact" between instructor and student. Drop outcomes can jeopardize a student's financial aid.
When a ball must be lifted under penalty or otherwise, the player, standing erect, holds the ball at arm's length and shoulder height and drops it making sure that it does not land any nearer the hole.
Dropping a course is when you remove yourself from the course roster either before the course starts or during the first week or so of classes. Simply not attending a course does not automatically drop you from it. When you drop a course before a university's deadline, you receive a full refund.
A student may drop a course during the official Add/Drop period and a dropped course will not appear on a permanent record. Students are not fee liable for courses dropped during the appropriate period.
Students may drop courses without penalty during specified periods of time (refer to schedule of classes for those times). You must know the proper procedure, since you will need to complete certain forms and obtain official signatures. Discuss dropping with your academic advisor.
when the ball is released by hand (with an extended arm at shoulder height) and put back in play after being lifted under various situations within the rules of golf. Example: She took a free drop away from the obstruction."
Dropping a course is when you remove yourself from the course roster either before the course starts or during the first week of classes. Simply not going to class does not automatically drop you from a course. When you drop a course before a universityâ€(tm)s deadline, you receive a full refund.
Dropping a course is when you remove yourself from the course roster either before the course starts or during the first week of classes. (This first week is called the â€˜add/dropâ€™ period.) Just not attending a course does not automatically drop you from it. To â€˜dropâ€™ from a course, you can go to the SIS (Student Information System) on RIT's homepage and drop the class, go to RITâ€™s Office of the Registrare and have a staff assistant drop you, or contact your advisor who can also drop you. When you drop a course, you receive a full refund.
When the ball comes to rest in a water hazard or in an unplayable position a drop may be made. Depending on the situation the drop is made one or two club lengths from the balls position or the boundary of the hazard and a one or two stroke penalty is added to your score. There are many rules about dropping so check with your playing companions to get clarification of what to do.
Deleting a class from your schedule so it will not be included on your transcript. Your tuition is refundable. Unlike a Withdrawal, there is no academic or financial penalty for a drop. This can only be done during Schedule Adjustment or Drop/Add.
Drops the course from your schedule. If you drop a course after lectures have begun, consequences may apply. Each term there are deadlines after which you may not drop courses from your schedule without penalties. For more important date information: Undergraduate Students: See the Calendar of Events and Academic Deadlines in the Undergraduate Calendar or the Important Dates information available on Quest. Graduate Students: See the Important Dates information available on Quest. If you're an undergraduate student, you can't drop your last class from your schedule. That is, if you only have one class on your schedule and you want to drop it, you'll have to complete an Undergraduate Notice of Withdrawal Form and submit it to the Registrar's Office so that you can be withdrawn from your course.
This what a golfer does when his/her ball is unplayable. It may be either a penalty drop or a free drop according to circumstance. In either case, the ball is dropped from a fully outstretched arm at shoulder height.
The term Drop usually refers to the distance from the top of the bed to the floor or the distance from the top of the boxspring to the floor. The drop measurement is important when considering a bedspread to make sure the bedspread will fall to the floor. Standard drop from the top of the bed to the floor is 21". The drop measurement is important for comforters and coverlets when choosing the dust ruffle. The drop on the dust ruffle is measured from the top of the boxspring to the floor. Standard drop on a dust ruffle is 14" and most comforter sets include a dust ruffle with a 14" drop. If the drop on a bed is higher than 14", then a longer dust ruffle can be layered underneath to hang/drop all the way to the floor.
a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity; "a drop of 57 points on the Dow Jones index"; "there was a drop in pressure in the pulmonary artery"; "a dip in prices"; "when that became known the price of their stock went into free fall"
Any place along the stream where water falls from one point to another. It could be a free-fall or maintain contact with rock behind, but the fall must be at a higher gradient then the surrounding stream's gradient.
The distance that a projectile falls at any given distance from the gun, OR, The distance that the centre of the butt of a long-arm is below the centre line of the barrel. Both distances are measured in inches using the Imperial system.
The distance a projectile falls due to gravity, measured or calculated from the line of departure as it travels downrange. Must be corrected for difference between line of sight and line of departure. Drop is normally reported assuming a horizontal barrel.
Liquid particle, with shape maintained as a balance between surface tension and air drag when falling at terminal velocity under gravity in the atmosphere; drops less than 1 mm (0.04 in.) are approximately spherical. The shape may also be influenced by ambient electric field or thunderstorm strength.
The vertical distance that the lower edge of a horizontally projected airstream falls or rises as the combined result of density effect of cool or warm air and the vertical expansion of the air path resulting from entrainment.
To drag an icon on top of another and release the mouse button. You drop one icon on another to perform certain tasks, such as starting the text editor or sending a file to a printer. This can also be called ``direct'' manipulation.
1. To Drop a double ( pass). 2. To drop a man ( slot). When there is less than a 25% chance of winning a game it is usually wise to drop a double. Some people like to drop a man from the 6 pt. to the 5 pt. with an opening roll of 2-1.
A word with dual meaning within the game: 01. A common term reference to the :50 minute mark Campaign time when rare VTs are replenished to the Supply Bin; "the drop" 02. Connection Error - when a member of the team is lost due to a Connection Error; dropped.
In casino revenue accounting, cash and cash equivalents exchanged for chips and (if played) risked against the casino; player`s bankroll. Handle at table games is not accounted, in default of handle statistics, revenue accounting for these games starts with drop.
The casino term for the total money and markers wagered on its table games, from the term "drop box," which is a container where all cash winds up. Drop boxes are located within the interior of the craps, blackjack, and other gaming tables.
1. Horizontal section on a vertical scaffold. 2. HVAC system term for the distance air has fallen vertically below an outlet at the point of the air's terminal velocity. Alternately, where the air velocity coming from an outlet decreases to 50 feet per minute.
The distance between the top of the comb of a rifle stock and the center line of the barrel. The drop determines the amount of climb the rifle exhibits during recoil and also affects how much the shooter must lower his head in order to properly use the sights.
Almost a zone defense, where the defensive players drop back to help protect the center of the pool and help block shots. It generally resembles either a sagging man-to-man or a 3-2-1 zone. The ball carrier must be pressured to force a bad pass or a hurried shot.
to remove or discard a pick from the previous year's list to make room for a new selection. Also said of selections that lose a point on decade birthdays, e.g. passing from age 39 to 40, from seven points to six. "He dropped a point this year."
Drops are techniques that allow breakdancers to transition down to the floor and begin performing downrock. Drops may be designed to look flashy, painful, or both. A wide variety of other movements can serve the same purpose, and others such as the kip-up can work in reverse, moving the breaker up from the floor.
to cease bidding when there are only two people who are still bidding. The bid is said to be "dropped on" the unfortunate soul who has taken the bid. Generally used only when the aforementioned person appears unable to make the bid. ("It was dropped on me!")
A vertical change in a cave that requires vertical gear. Some varieties include big, short, wet, dry, crumbling, nasty, easy, and nuisance. Usually seen as a nuisance to all but overly excited beginners and truly diehard vertical cavers.
Useable remnants of a stock length or piece of material components produced in normal cutting operations, this remnant does not appear in inventory quantities or values but is an asset to be maintained and utilized by those persons responsible for cutting materials for production use.
The movement of the quarterback after the snap as he retreats into the backfield to set up to pass. 2. The movement of a defender as he retreats to cover a receiver downfield. 3. When the receiver lets the ball hit the ground after it has hit his hands on a forward pass.
Difference between the prices in a dollar roll in 32nds on the two settlement dates. The drop is the price that the buyer of the roll is willing to pay to borrow the mortgage pass-through security for the time period of the roll.
A DROP statement in SQL removes an object from a relational database management system (RDBMS). The types of objects that can be dropped depends on which RDBMS is being used, but most support the dropping of tables, users, and databases. Some systems (such as Postgre SQL) allow DROP and other DDL commands to occur inside of a transaction and thus be rolled back.
A container underneath the table into which paper currency is placed through a slot on the table's surface. This usually refers to the box that holds the house's moeny, rather than the dealer's tips. The latter is called a "toke box."
Frame time code - SMPTE time code format that continuously counts 30 frames per second, but drops two frames from the count every minute except for every tenth minute (drops 108 frames every hour) to maintain synchronization of time code with clock time. This is necessary because the actual frame rate of NTSC video is 29.94 frames per second rather than an even 30 frames.
A drop is the wiring put in place to allow a network connection in a specific place in an office. When installing a network, you may want to have more drops than you do computers, to allow for future expansion. Source: TechSoup.org
In policy debate, a drop refers to an argument which was not answered by the opposing team. Most judges will give extra or full weight to dropped arguments on the assumption that the other team agrees.