Soil Pipe

Business / Construction / Soil Pipe: A large pipe that carries liquid and solid wastes to a sewer or septic tank.

Other Words for Pipe

Pipe Noun Synonyms: pan-pipe, whistle, boatswain's pipe, tooter, horn, wind, wind instrument, woodwind, brass
Pipe Verb Synonyms: look at, notice, spot, note, look at, get a load of
Pipe Adjective Synonyms: pipeline, tube, duct, hose, line, main, conduit, passage, conveyor, channel
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Other Words for Soil

Soil Verb Synonyms: dirty, stain, begrime, muddy, smear, spot
Soil Adjective Synonyms: earth, loam, dirt, ground, turf, humus, clay
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Soil Conservation Service (SCS)

Business / Agriculture / Soil Conservation Service (SCS): Replaced by a new USDA agency, the Natural Resources Conservation Service after USDA reorganization in 1994. Responsibilities include carrying out technical assistance programs in cooperation with soi MORE

Soil Loss Tolerance (T Value)

Business / Agriculture / Soil Loss Tolerance (T Value): For a specific soil, the maximum average annual soil loss expressed as tons per acre per year that will permit current production levels to be maintained economically and indefinitely. T values range MORE

Soil Moisture Zone

Business / Agriculture / Soil Moisture Zone: Depth of soil from which plant roots extract water. MORE

Soil Pipe

Business / Construction / Soil Pipe: A large pipe that carries liquid and solid wastes to a sewer or septic tank. MORE

Soil Conservation District

Business / Agriculture / Soil Conservation District: A legal subdivision of state government, with a locally elected governing body, responsible for developing and carrying out a program of soil and water conservation within a geographic boundary, usual MORE

Soil Conservation And Domestic Allotment Act Of 1936

Business / Agriculture / Soil Conservation And Domestic Allotment Act Of 1936: P.L. 74-46 (February 26, 1936) was designed to support farm income by making soil-conservation and soil-building payments to participating farmers. This design overcame the unconstitutional taxes on p MORE

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