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off the range

off the range
 adj.— «Avner makes the tough decision to leave behind his pregnant wife, relinquish his identity and go completely underground—“off the range,” in CIA parlance.» —“Best of 2005: Movies—Munich” by Brent Simon Now Playing Magazine Dec. 19, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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