[ wel-point ]
/ ˈwɛlˌpɔɪnt /
noun Engineering, Building Trades.
a perforated tube driven into the ground to collect water from the surrounding area so that it can be pumped away, as to prevent an excavation from filling with ground water.
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Susan Bayh has earned a reported $2 million dollars over the last six years as a member of the board of leading insurer WellPoint.