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a pipe or other enclosed channel that carries runoff water beneath a road, railroad, or sidewalk
  • And there was another time, when Owen and I had been catching alewives in the tidewater culvert that ran into the Squamscott under the Swasey Parkway and I slipped and broke my wrist; she didn't take the Boston & Maine that week.
    p. 18.0

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