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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRoto-rooterRo‧to-root‧er /ˈrəʊtəʊ ˌruːtə $ ˈroʊtoʊ ˌruːtər/  a US plumbing and drain cleaning company, whose advertising song was written in 1954 and is familiar to most Americans. It goes ‘Roto-rooter, that’s the name -- and away go troubles, down the drain.’
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