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  • noun Plural form of culvert.

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Examples

  • So for my money we should use it in culverts, but not to replace paving.

    Grasscrete®

  • The outside rings are made of precast concrete, similar to those usually seen in culverts. - via [...]

    Modular bookshelves and room dividers by Permafrost and Katharina Styren

  • The outside rings are made of precast concrete, similar to those usually seen in culverts.

    Modular bookshelves and room dividers by Permafrost and Katharina Styren

  • Sometimes a beck is conducted under the canal, and passages called culverts serve as a roadway for men and beasts.

    The Life of Thomas Telford

  • The road had been resurfaced recently, but at no point in its history had the mechanisms known as "culverts" ever been employed.

    Jemez

  • The road had been resurfaced recently, but at no point in its history had the mechanisms known as "culverts" ever been employed.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • In a partially lined drain, special protection is needed at the most vulnerable points, such as culverts, drain junctions, sharp bends, and steep sections.

    2. Drainage options

  • They feed main-line canals over seven thousand miles in total length, and involve minor constructions, such as culverts and bridges, tens of thousands in number.

    XI. The Natural Resources of the Nation

  • They feed main-line canals over seven thousand miles in total length, and involve minor constructions, such as culverts and bridges, tens of thousands in number.

    An Autobiography

  • They feed main-line canals over seven thousand miles in total length, and involve minor constructions, such as culverts and bridges, tens of thousands in number.

    Theodore Roosevelt; an Autobiography

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