Definitions for draglineˈdrægˌlaɪn
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an excavating crane with a bucket dragged toward the machine by a cable.
Category: Civil Engineering
Origin of dragline:
Any of several very large vehicles used for lifting in the process of mining.
Dragline is the debut album by the American grunge band Paw. It was released on May 4, 1993 through A&M Records. While the album was not a commercial success, it is generally considered among fans and critics to be the band's best album. The single "Jessie," released in 1993, became a minor hit. Other singles from the album included "Lolita" in 1992 and "Sleeping Bag" and "Couldn't Know" in 1993. The songs "Jessie," "Pansy," and "The Bridge" were featured in the video game Road Rash for the Sega Saturn, Sega CD, Windows and in Road Rash 3D for the PlayStation and 3DO.
Anagrams of dragline
dearling, inlarged, Reginald, relading
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