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run-out concert

run-out concert
 n.— «In modern parlance, this was a classic “run-out” concert: a performance that took the orchestra…away from home base only long enough to make music and quickly leave town.» —“Riding the rail to Budapest to test new hall” by Donald Rosenberg in Budapest, Hungary Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) Nov. 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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