Sixteen days later, his severed head was found in a drainage ditch miles from their home.
drainage had not been as comprehensively planned as the London system.
It would only be a few more months before his boss Muammar would be shot while attempting to escape through a drainage pipe.
Sin City has no jobs, and the newly homeless are living in drainage pipes.
drainage came late to Paris, as visitors, especially American visitors, have long remarked.
Sometimes a bulging membrane is discovered or the existing perforation is found to be insufficient for drainage.
Danger, from drainage of barns and barnyards, 137;from leachings from privies and cesspools, 138.
Taken all in all, Berlin has not yet shaken off its provincialism, and is far behind Vienna in drainage, water-supply and paving.
In order to guard against this mistake, have faith in drainage.
The valley sloped rapidly to this marsh, which received in its broad bosom the drainage of three extensive ranges.
drainage drain·age (drā'nĭj)
The removal of fluid or purulent material from a wound or body cavity.