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sewer

(so͞o′ər)
n.
An artificial, usually underground conduit for carrying off sewage or rainwater.

sewer

A regional slang term for a vein into which an illicit drug is injected.
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Atkins Weatherproofing, the contractor retained by Scott for the exterior paint removal, employed the services of a local lab for sample analysis and worked with the sanitary services division to obtain approval for disposal of the wash waters in an on-site sanitary sewer drain.
I read about the rescue of some baby ducks out of a sewer drain.
The 150-year-old company pours 100 tons of molten iron a day to supply the region with nearly all of its manhole and sewer drain covers.
WORCESTER - People are being advised not to use the area of Lake Quinsigamond immediately south of the Route 9 bridge after the heavy weekend rainfall caused an overflow of a nearby sewer drain line.
Meanwhile, I have also asked the zoo authorities to prepare a revised plan to repair the sewer drain to ensure that the dirty water does not flow back into the premises," Ramesh said after visiting the zoo on Wednesday.
The implication is that it's going somewhere, but no one wants to admit that they're dumping it in a sewer drain, or dumping it in a field or whatever they're doing with it,'' Schillo said.
One episode recalls an employee who climbed down a ladder into a parking lot sewer drain to retrieve a customer's car keys.
The worst situation is the sewer drain at Jwalapur, Balmiki Nagar, which releases an estimated 15 MLD containing 40.