Ditches [noun]

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A sheriff’s deputy had little trouble finding him — the man had passed out drunk in a nearby ditch with an open box of Reese’s Pieces.

McEnany clarified that the ballots were found in a ditch in Wisconsin.

You are ignoring the problem here, which is last week in Pennsylvania, you had ballots found in a ditch.

The newly discovered earthwork, a 2-meter-wide ditch that forms a semicircle about 50 meters across, is similar to other circular earthworks known as council circles.

Specially equipped drones flying over a Kansas cattle ranch have detected the buried remnants of a horseshoe-shaped ditch made more than 400 years ago by ancestors of today’s Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, scientists say.

It was encircled by a ditch, but the drawbridge was down, and the rust on its chains argued that long had it been so.

"Mother would be awfully cross if you walked through that ditch," says Judy, continuing a conversation.

He gripped Shiv's shoulder convulsively, nearly sending his own car into the ditch by so doing.

We cut over the fields at the back with him between usstraight as the crow fliesthrough hedge and ditch.

Then I ditch from the lake, and I am the proud owner of a large tract of valuable irrigated land.