from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or being from another town or city.
- adj. Happening in another town or city: the out-of-town début of a new musical.
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- adj. Alternative form of out of town.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. happening in or being of another town or city.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. happening in or being of another town or city
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The latter lend a sheen of prestige to this out-of-town event, in Minghella's native Isle Of Wight.
Parks department head Tim Gallagher resignedlast week after revelations, onKOMOand on PubliCola, about his extensive out-of-town travel this year.
Tax the goofy hipsters who settle on out-of-town nastiness like Rainier and Pabst.
From London's Millennium Dome and Olympic zone, to northern England's "regenerated" city centres, to the windswept out-of-town tracts turned into transport hubs and hospitals, to the sheltered middle-class streets bursting with loft extensions, much of the UK spent 1997 to 2010 behind construction hoardings.
Expecting out-of-town visitors and worried about how the possible government shutdown might affect their sightseeing plans?
Today's selection of blog posts include some fashion tips for gentlemen, as well as some suggestions for things to do with out-of-town visitors in the event of a government shutdown.
The only time we eat in a restaurant in the States is when we have an out-of-town delivery and the company pays for our meal.
Associated Press Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray Most NFL teams play in metropolitan areas like Boston and New York that lack out-of-town college rivalries, but the few that do have inevitably brought aboard a few former pariahs.
You want to show the artist's work at galleries in other cities, in order to attract out-of-town buyers, but you can't do it because there is just nothing to spare.
On a recent visit, a group with children sang "Happy Birthday" at a big table, while at another, a San Francisco resident entertained an out-of-town visitor who had heard of Ms. Waters and wanted to try one of her famed restaurants.