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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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SAK is repairing the sewer and pipeline infrastructure in these metropolitan areas by utilizing state-of-the-art trenchless technologies, including CIPP (cured-in-place pipe) pipeline rehabilitation.
The regulations came into force in July 2011 and had the effect of transferring ownership of private sewers and lateral drains connected to the public sewerage system on July 1, 2011, to the relevant water company on October 1 last year.
Such methods, says Stoner, include better means of trapping stormwater before it reaches sewers and putting it into the ground instead.
SANTA CLARITA - A backbone sewer can be built in the rural, equestrian community of Placerita Canyon without harming the environment, according to a report to be reviewed today by the Santa Clarita City Council.
Subsequent rains and snowmelt resulted in surcharged sewers and SSO conditions, causing numerous lost work days.
This step is particularly important if the sewers are designed to leak.
Singer's worldwide focus group research revealed many of the advanced sewing machines in the marketplace are intimidating to beginning sewers.
When I bought this house I didn't know anything about sewers.
Although the extraneous flow problem has existed since the sanitary sewers were constructed, no concerted program was undertaken to control the extraneous flows until 1989 when the township retained Killam Associates to assist them with the extraneous flow problems.
9 million in operations before capital contributions and operating transfers for the sewer enterprise.
SANTA CLARITA - Plans for a sewer in Placerita Canyon will move forward despite opposition from dozens of residents.
Approximately 6,500 feet of the sewers are shallow and not located near streets or where disruption would be a concern and will therefore be dug up and replaced.