Origin of teardrop
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The Teardrop Rapist began his spree in 1996 with the attack of a Hispanic teenage girl.Hunt for L.A.’s ‘Teardrop Rapist’ May Hinge on Familial DNA Testing
June 30, 2012
The Teardrop Rapist began his crime spree in 1996 with the attack of a Hispanic girl.
LAPD detective Jesse Alvarado said he is fearful that the Teardrop Rapist may continue his attacks.
And, Teardrop's showdown with Sheriff Baskin (Garret Dillahunt) at a traffic stop—"Is this going to be our time?"2011 Oscar Shockers
January 25, 2011
Daily have we dashed the teardrop of disappointment from our common eye!The Letters of William James, Vol. 1
You call me a Dewdrop, but in truth I am not, I am a teardrop; a teardrop which fell from the sky.
Dewdrop we thought you were; teardrop you say you are: I cannot think you are either.
The scientists tell us that the same force that rounds the teardrop moulds the earth.Have faith in Massachusetts; 2d ed.
Every teardrop was one girlish feeling and emotion gone, one bright fancy, one tender hope vanished.The Battle Of The Strong, Complete
- A single tear.
- An object shaped like a tear.
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