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dipshit

1. and diphead and dipstick n. an oaf; a jerk. (see also dip.) Look, dipstick, I’m in a hurry. Don’t be such a diphead!
2. mod. pertaining to someone or something obnoxious, stupid, or offensive. (Usually objectionable.) Here’s another one of his dipshit ideas.

dipstick

verb

dipstick

1. n. the penis. (From the name of the metal stick used to measure the amount of oil in an automobile engine. Usually objectionable.) He held his hands over his dipstick and ran for the bedroom.
2. Go to dipshit.
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One company uses a vitamin C-resistant dipstick with an iodate-impregnated mesh layer that resists ascorbic acid interference.
When it comes to selecting QC for urinalysis dipstick testing, the two main formats to consider are dipper- and dropper-style controls.
It has been mentioned in study that dipstick accuracy for pH detection is good at pH around 7.
IF YOU NEED TO CHECK THE OIL WHILE THE ENGINE IS RUNNING, THE LEVEL SHOULD BE BETWEEN THE ADD AND FULL MARKS ON THE ENGINE RUNNING SIDE OF THE DIPSTICK.
Urine microscopy, culture and dipstick tests were performed on a random sample of urine.
We showed that routine inexpensive urine dipstick screening in a population with and without risk factors will allow primary clinicians to follow fewer patients with serial monitoring to identify those with rapid kidney function decline that will potentially benefit from earlier referral and therapeutic intervention," said Dr.
The section of the dipstick containing the rotavirus-specific bands from 14 rotavirus-positive dipsticks that had been stored at room temperature for at least 1 week were excised and placed into 120 [micro]L saline.
The data for cats revealed poor specificity and PPV (more false positives) for the dipstick and SSA methods.
Well the flight was good, my friend had the time of his life, pride was back and luckily there was another L-5 on the field from which I could ah, borrow, a dipstick and have one made at a machine shop.
Current soil testing procedures require bulldozers and cost millions of dol= lars, but an Israeli-designed dipstick will cost only about $10,000 for eac= h application.
The development of the colorimetric dipstick bioassay is based on the printing of enzyme-doped silica "inks" containing small gold nanoparticles that are co-entrapped with the enzyme and printed on a paper substrate.
The dipstick changes colour the instant it comes into contact with alcohol, allowing police to seize illegal drinks from under age youths or adults who buy it for them.
The 8cm dipstick is placed into an eye swab solution.
On the dipstick test, men who had more than a trace amount of protein in their urine in middle age were at triple the risk of ESRD at follow-up.