drag-out

drag-out

[′drag ‚au̇t]
(metallurgy)
Solution taken from a bath by the work or handling equipment.
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Detroit-Boston was a real knock-down-and- drag-out series, which is what I like to call them.
After initial charge, the only water make-up required is that which is needed to compensate for evaporation and drag-out.
The modular drag-out conveyors inherent in the Whirl Wet MCD are in sharp contrast to those employed in the original dust collection equipment.
And she insists she and Brad have arguments like every other married couple: ``Sure we have those knockdown drag-outs once in a while.
They're going to play real knockdown drag-outs with UCLA and Washington, Cal-Berkeley, Stanford -- some real juggernauts (sarcasm drippingly intended) -- and they're going to wind up in some position so if they win a game or two they'll end up in the title (game).
We have knockdown drag-outs all the time,'' she said.