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When there is a deficient supply of water, the trenches, or conduits, are not opened till the following day.
On certain days the water conduits are closed, and the fields are laid under water.
It is customary to protect the wiring by running it through the conduits of fiber or metal tubing lined with insulating material.
AVIATION ENGINESVICTOR WILFRED PAG
After a considerable period has elapsed this water is run off into conduits leading down to Hall, where it is evaporated in pans.
And beside the conduits are many vessels of gold, with which they that are of the household drink at the conduit.
Thus the people received large benefits from the electric railway, conduits for wires, gas privileges, and other franchises.
The message that Delaney had sent over the snow-crusted wires, and along the underground conduits, was laden with menace.
WHISPERING WIRESHENRY LEVERAGE
We read how, in mediæval days, conduits were made to flow with claret.
ALFRED TENNYSONANDREW LANG
The Spaniards having destroyed the conduits, the reservoirs dried up, and the soil became barren.
They run the water to the orchards in conduits, and then dig little trenches, running parallel among the trees.
TENTING TO-NIGHTMARY ROBERTS RINEHART

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