drainpipes


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drainpipes

(ˈdreɪnˌpaɪps)
pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) trousers with very narrow legs
References in classic literature ?
At the top of the window frame we could see an uprooted drainpipe.
Police said anybody who has their drainpipes taken is advised to contact 101.
Knowing only too well that she always liked her horses to be photographed on the lawn in front of the boxes - where one had to be careful to avoid background obstacles like drainpipes and annoying lamppost - I managed to persuade the lad in charge to bring the horse round to the front of the house, which was far more picturesque, with a large pond in the foreground and the Malvern Hills in the distance.
3 Consider burying the downspouts and drainpipes to prevent environmental damage.
com QI RENT a house and my landlord has told me the drainpipes need replacing and that it is my responsibility.
It has made itself completely at home here, wrapping itself around our drainpipes and one of the less pleasant tasks of the week is going to be checking its exuberant growth.
A MIDLAND surgeon has helped more than 100 amputees in war-torn Syria by fitting artificial limbs - made from plastic drainpipes.
Hall's Croft, a favourite with tourists, was built in 1613 and drainpipes were added in the early 18th century.
Seeing as summer this year is turning into a bit of a washout, it could be the perfect time to clean out the guttering, along with the downspouts and drainpipes that form part of the same system for draining water away from the roof of a house.
Gone is the back-combing, the beard, black drainpipes and weird shirts and jackets.
VALUABLE and unique 17th Century lead drainpipes have been stolen from a historic Northumberland church, leaving a repair bill of pounds 20,000.
Other external plastic items such as drainpipes and guttering will also weather over time and can be painted.