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out the road
 adv.— «“Out the road”—There is a road that goes out of Juneau northwest along the coast that dead-ends after 30 or 40-some miles. There are other roads that go a ways and dead-end, but they are shorter, and they aren’t the road. A headline in the Juneau Empire might read “Out the road man films bear attacking moose in driveway.”» —“learning the lingo” by funkalunatic (bbbbbb) MySpace (Juneau, Alaska) Sept. 2, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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