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Definition of Sewerless
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Literary usage of Sewerless
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1. Under the Southern Cross by Henry Cornish (1879)
"... Assembly—Melbourne as it was thirty years ago—The present drainage system—Successful application of town sewage to agriculture—Melbourne a sewerless but ..."
2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1846)
"... which flowed through the sewerless streets. The passenger who aspired not to a coach, unprovided with a footway, scrambled along the inclined pavement ..."
3. History of the Christian Church by George Herbert Dryer (1897)
"In these sewerless, fetid streets and sunless dwellings a modern man would soon leave the Middle Ages by way of the typhoid fever, and in fact it was in ..."
4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1832)
"... it may be easily conceived, that in warm weather, in such a sewerless town, these alleys must be the favourite abodes of every nuisance and disease. ..."
5. The American City: A Problem in Democracy by Delos Franklin Wilcox (1904)
"... American example of a sewerless city, twice granted a sewer franchise to private parties, though to no purpose in the end.1 Sewerage being principally a ..."