In June, a court ruled that JPMorgan would lose $842 million of the $1.22 billion in sewer debt it held.
She also designed an emergency "manhole bag," a flat purse that could be thrown on the ground to double as a sewer.
But it has to maintain 139 square miles of water and sewer, electric, police and fire coverage, transportation, and so forth.
Non-naturally occurring sinkholes can form because of water main breaks, sewer collapses, or even abandoned mines.
The son of a fashion model and sewer contractor, Walker grew up Mormon and graduated from Village Christian High School.
But in the combined system such a procedure would be dangerous, as the sewer air would be apt to enter the house.
The sewer puts the cover on it, and the cover must never be raised for fear of treason.
sewer rats, he admits, are not the very worst of the race, but even they should be slain wherever they may be caught.
The placing of the arch concrete completed the sewer barrel.
The sewer gratings in the streets give off foul gases at the pavement level, especially in the summer.
c.1400, "conduit," from Anglo-French sewere, Old North French sewiere "sluice from a pond" (13c.), literally "something that makes water flow," from shortened form of Gallo-Romance *exaquaria (cf. Middle French esseveur), from Latin ex- "out" (see ex-) + aquaria, fem. of aquarius "pertaining to water," from aqua "water" (see aqua-).
Specifically of underground channels for wastewater from c.1600; figurative use of this is from 1640s.
"one who sews," late 14c., agent noun from sew (v.).
A vein or artery: if I had put it right in the sewer instead of skin popping (1960s+ Narcotics)