- n. Plural form of downpipe.
“The heat-anodized downpipes wriggle out from under the frame to unite on the right side in a pair of massive alloy cylinders, the "silencers.”
“The cylinders' downpipes merge in an underslung exhaust nacelle that looks like it should vent ionized plasma.”
“Andrew Yeadon for The Wall Street Journal The heat-anodized downpipes wriggle out from under the frame to unite on the right side in a pair of massive alloy cylinders, the 'silencers.”
“We had serious flooding in June 2007 after a sudden heavy rainstorm, which overwhelmed the gullies and downpipes.”
“Instead, his company makes equipment that collects rainwater through downpipes, then filters it to make it usable for cleaning and flushing.”
“When possible, disconnect downpipes from the stormwater system until ash is removed from the roofs of homes and buildings.”
“Instruct the public how to protect stormwater systems (protect manhole covers from ash, disconnect downpipes when possible, ash disposal instructions).”
“Have local ordinances in effect banning connections of downpipes and roof drains to the sewer.”
“Houses that are parts of terraces need to be restructured as such; I can't cope with my dry rot and leave yours the gutters and downpipes need to be added to the list ; or insulate only my part of what is essentially a much larger building.”
“As you'd expect there's the usual stuff in the list, clearing guttering and downpipes to repairing leaks to buying a new dishwasher an essential item in my opinion.”
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