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.
From wars of words to knock down drag-outs these aren't your average everyday domestic spats, these are the headline grabbing pop-culture punch-ups and squabbles of show biz legend.
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.