who laid the rail
 adv. phr.— «I found the yard full of neighbors, who had organzied themselves into a kind of indignation meeting, in which the city fathers, mothers, sisters, cousins and aunts were abused from who laid the rail.» —“Mrs. Arter and the Cow Ordinance” Macon Telegraph and Messenger (Georgia) Oct. 15, 1881. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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