Drainage [noun]

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Those projects include platform reconstructions, bridge replacements, drainage improvements and other infrastructure needs as part of a $5 billion backlog.

Wheeler has no money to replace its aging stormwater pipes and drainages to handle wind and rain storms on the Oregon Coast, which scientists predict will become more frequent and severe because of climate change.

Zones most vulnerable to flooding are those near creeks and streams, and low-lying areas with poor drainage.

Locally heavy rains could trigger some flash flooding in poor drainage areas.

Areas most vulnerable to flooding are roads near small streams and low-lying spots with poor drainage.

Hanging plants outside make having drainage holes a great option.

The payment for this drainage was to be one-twentieth part of the ore raised by the different mines.

All drainage from such land had to be pumped over the river bank, in many places 10 feet above the cultivated surface.

It is thus obvious that the drainage of the soil modifies its properties both mechanically and chemically.

Thus in the Laurentian Lakes above Ontario the geologist finds evidence that the drainage lines have again and again been changed.