manhole

a hole in the side of a tank through which a man can enter the tank, also the cleanout plate.

manhole

[n] - a hole (usually with a flush cover) through which a person can gain access to an underground structure
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Manhole

Small recesses driven into the sides of the headings at regular intervals where men could gain safety as drams past by, or when shot firing was taking place.
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Manhole

Man'hole` noun A hole through which a man may descend or creep into a drain, sewer, steam boiler, parts of machinery, etc., for cleaning or repairing.
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manhole

noun a hole (usually with a flush cover) through which a person can gain access to an underground structure
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Manhole

• (n.) A hole through which a man may descend or creep into a drain, sewer, steam boiler, parts of machinery, etc., for cleaning or repairing.
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Manhole

A physically isolated section of accelerator tunnel.
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Manhole

Manhole is British slang for the vagina.
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Manhole

A safety hole constructed in the side of a gangway, tunnel, or slope in which miner can be safe from passing locomotives and car. Also called a refuge hole.
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Manhole

Large opening in the side wall of a wine tank through which spent pomace or lees is removed after the wine is racked (drained) off. Cellar workers can enter through the manhole for tank cleaning.
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Manhole

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Manhole

A manhole (alternatively utility hole, cable chamber, maintenance hole, inspection chamber, access chamber or confined space) is the top opening to an underground utility vault used to house an access point for making connections or performing maintenance on underground and buried public utility and other services including sewers, telephone, elec...
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Manhole

an oval access door into the boiler shell, used for maintenance and cleaning. Manholes are sealed with a removable door from the inside. As they are oval, this door may be turned and lifted out through the hole. Doors are clamped in place from the outside with one or two bridge clamps spanning the hole and tightened down with a nut on a stud. As th...
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Manhole

Large opening in the sidewall of a wine tank through which spent pomace or lees is removed after the wine is racked (drained) off. Cellar workers can enter through the manhole for tank cleaning.
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Manhole

A safety hole constructed in the side of a gangway, tunnel, or slope in which miner can be safe from passing locomotives and car. Also called a refuge hole.
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