out-of-town
out-of-town out-of-town adj. happening in or being of another town or city; as, an out-of-town tryout. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • out of town — {adv. phr.} Having left one s usual residence or place of work on a longer trip. * / Mr. Smith is out of town until Monday, the secretary said. May I take a message? / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of town — {adv. phr.} Having left one s usual residence or place of work on a longer trip. * / Mr. Smith is out of town until Monday, the secretary said. May I take a message? / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Warning out of town — was a widespread method in the United States for established New England communities to pressure or coerce outsiders to settle elsewhere Harv|Benton|1911|pp=106 ndash;113, 115, 117. It consisted of a notice ordered by the Board of Selectmen of a… …   Wikipedia

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  • Get Out of Town — is a 1938 popular song written by Cole Porter, for his musical Leave It to Me! , where it was introduced by Tamara Drasin.Notable recordings*Ella Fitzgerald Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook (1956) …   Wikipedia

  • out of — {prep.} 1a. From the inside to the outside of. * /John took the apple out of the bag./ * /Get out of the car!/ * /The teacher has gone out of town./ 1b. In a place away from. * /No, you can t see Mr. Jones; he is out of the office today./ * /Our… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of — {prep.} 1a. From the inside to the outside of. * /John took the apple out of the bag./ * /Get out of the car!/ * /The teacher has gone out of town./ 1b. In a place away from. * /No, you can t see Mr. Jones; he is out of the office today./ * /Our… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Out-of-Market Sports Package — In the United States of America, an Out of Market Sports Package is a form of Pay Per View that broadcasts sporting events to areas who are unavailable to see them because the games are not broadcast in their local market.Many leagues with major… …   Wikipedia

  • out of sight, out of mind — If one doesn t see something for an extended period of time, one tends to forget about it. A proverb. * /After Caroline moved out of town, Ray soon found other women to date. As the saying goes, out of sight, out of mind. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of sight, out of mind — If one doesn t see something for an extended period of time, one tends to forget about it. A proverb. * /After Caroline moved out of town, Ray soon found other women to date. As the saying goes, out of sight, out of mind. / …   Dictionary of American idioms

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