rathole

[n] - a hole (as in the wall of a building) made by rats 2. [n] - (informal) a small dirty uncomfortable room
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Rathole

A hole in the drilling floor in which the Kelly joint is kept when it is not being used.
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rathole

1. a hole in the rig floor, 30 to 35 feet (9 to 11 meters) deep, which is lined with casing that projects above the floor and into which the kelly and swivel are placed when hoisting operations are in progress. 2. a hole of a diameter smaller than the main hole and drilled in the bottom of the main hole. v: to reduce the size of the wellbore and
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rathole

1. a hole in the rig floor, 30 to 35 feet (9 to 11 meters) deep, which is lined with casing that projects above the floor and into which the kelly and swivel are placed when hoisting operations are in progress. 2. a hole of a diameter smaller than the main hole and drilled in the bottom of the main hole. v: to reduce the size of the wellbore and
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rathole

noun a small dirty uncomfortable room
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rathole

noun a hole (as in the wall of a building) made by rats
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rathole

  1. a hole (as in the wall of a building) made by rats
  2. (informal) a small dirty uncomfortable room

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Rathole

Rathole is slang for a disgusting, squalid place.
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Rathole

Rathole is slang for a disgusting, squalid place.
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