who laid the rail
 adv. phr.— «The animal struck out on a dead run down the turning row which split the ravine. My friend followed, and it was a race for who laid the rail, as they say in the country.» —New Orleans Times-Democrat (Lousiana) Dec. 23, 1901. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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