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  • Perkins had done a good deal in the same way; but Drain's exquisite mechanism enabled his engraving lathes to surpass anything that had before been attempted in the same line.

    James Nasmyth: Engineer, An Autobiography.

  • I believe that Drain's earnest attention to his work, in which he had little or no assistance, undermined his health, and arrested the career of one who, had he lived, would have attained the highest position in his profession.

    James Nasmyth: Engineer, An Autobiography.

  • The PermaFLOW Drain's transparent design eliminates any drain mysteries -- just look to determine if the drain has developed buildup and turn the wiper to see if the clog is gone.

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  • Haslam and his partner Drain's company is called TLC Inns. There are no forum comments for this article.

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  • "Santiago," to the point that soccer commentators take time from the game to sing "Drain's" praises.

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  • Recently, Drain's restaurants were named the 2009 Hardee's Franchisee of the Year.

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  • Recently, Drain's restaurants were named the 2009 Hardee's Franchisee of the Year.

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  • Recently, Drain's restaurants were named the 2009 Hardee's Franchisee of the Year.

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  • Drain's early childhood was spent right in the middle of the Great Depression, and his family felt the affects, doing whatever possible just to survive.

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  • "Santiago," to the point that soccer commentators take time from the game to sing "Drain's" praises.

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