Well, I guess from looking at Special:whatlinkshere/dry that articles such as Climate of the United Kingdom, Sick building syndrome and List of EU safety codes weren't expecting to be linking to the album, so this needs to become some kind of disambiguation.
Other uses I can think of are Dry (weather), Dry (alcoholic drinks), neither of which have specific articles written (yet...?), although the subjects are covered on other articles.
I'll come back to this in a few days if no-one else has done anything in the meantime. -- Stoive 04:20, 26 May 2005 (UTC)
What about "dry humour/dry wit" ?
Move to dryness
Missing audio terminology reference
This page is missing mention of / reference to "wet" and "dry" being used in audio technology / terminology, meaning the saturation degree of a given transformation. See also: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100208071505AAAWTdt http://www.mackie.com/pdf/glossary.pdf