- n emptying something accomplished by allowing liquid to run out of it
- Fruits and vegetables would grow there, using water collected by natural drainage (the land would be contoured to capture most rainwater, with excess flowing into ditches and ponds .
- It had concrete floors in certain sections, ventilation, electricity and a water drainage system.
- Corps leaders like to blame Congress for their swine and when it comes to water projects, the Hill is a miraculously efficient pork factory but this agricultural drainage .
- Hilary Benn in Reuters UK
The inspection team judge that while it is possible that live FMD virus had entered the contained drainage system, from their discussions and the evidence gathered they are assured that live virus has not been released to the environment,Benn...
- Dianne Feinstein in FOXNews
Feinstein said in a statement that the purpose of the meeting is "to examine whether the serious drainage issues facing the Valley can be resolved."
- John F Kennedy in Jewish Telegraphic Agency
We are very disappointed with our first-quarter operating results, some of which can be attributed to weather and track drainage issues at Santa Anita Park beyond our control, and some of which reflect short-term disruptions as we continue to build... Frank Stronach http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Stronach&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHgKFQCnHfdQTGVDS0jiOm-IU4I-A Toronto Star http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.thestar.com/Business/article/421941&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEM-dnqkU--XtG-wAHYeq591S85lA May 6, 2008
30173 38968 drained Ambassador said he had never seen such construction in any place. Especially malarial swamps been completely drained and a great deal of works done," Kennedy writes. "Soldiers tough, rugged, cocky."