Drainpipe


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Drainpipe

Any pipe used to convey drainage liquids; includes both soil pipes and waste pipes.

drainpipe

1. Any pipe that serves as a drain.
2. Same as downspout.
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Police said anybody who has their drainpipes taken is advised to contact 101.
67 street deals of drugs were found behind a drainpipe in Butetown by police
SAFE: Heston the snake, who was rescued from a drainpipe in Wirral
Residents insist that they will not abandon Hussein to his fate, and continue to explore strategies to convince him to leave the drainpipe.
A MIDLAND surgeon has helped more than 100 amputees in war-torn Syria by fitting artificial limbs - made from plastic drainpipes.
The government scrapped the drainpipe project after the protest.
London, June 30 (ANI): A British nurse has expressed her excitement after she spotted what looks like an image of Jesus on her drainpipe.
OVERFLOWING raw sewage and a foul stench are among the problems caused by a faulty drainpipe in a village.
The DrainPipe -- which is comprised of a giant funnel attached to an enclosed spiral water slide -- will be a central component to the ship[sup.
Nottingham Crown Court heard Miller climbed a drainpipe, leaned in through the bedroom window and stabbed Mr Collins, 36, wounding him in the arm and chest.
That measurement is the extra depth that can be added to the sink bowl without lowering the drainpipe going into the wall.
Unless the bolts that anchor your toilet to the drainpipe flange are in good shape, you should replace them.