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  • noun Plural form of outback.

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Examples

  • Perhaps it is time he was 'put out to grass', by the UofAdelaide, in his 'outbacks'.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • Electrical power hungry India is facing massive outages causing ferment not just in urban India but also in the rural outbacks.

    Pinaki Bhattacharya: Waiting for the Skies to Open Up

  • All in the woods and outbacks on his soapbox (pick up truck in this case) getting resumes.

    Hillary Invokes RFK Assassination While Describing Why She's Staying In Race

  • The other evening, when the subject of the disgrace of the barracks the 82d Airborne had to return to, from their 15-month tour in the outbacks of Afghanistan, I was asked my thoughts.

    The Ft. Bragg YouTube video: How the administration Supports the Troops

  • At the beginning of a minister's career, they likely know many new ministers and few retiring or deceased ministers, and that changes; slowly for people who work around Seminaries or are in ministerial chapters with many Seminarians, rapidly for people like me who spent a career in various UU outbacks.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • At the beginning of a minister's career, they likely know many new ministers and few retiring or deceased ministers, and that changes; slowly for people who work around Seminaries or are in ministerial chapters with many Seminarians, rapidly for people like me who spent a career in various UU outbacks.

    GA Connections

  • Our music included the songs of whales as well as the sounds of stars singing far out into outer space, those outbacks that border on that Great Chaos of what was behind the Big Bang.

    Time Waits for No Man

  • Mandela has promised free, compulsory education, affordable and accessible health care and houses and land for millions of homeless blacks or those resettled to impoverished outbacks under apartheid.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • So the pirates abandoned them one by one, on outbacks like V. Rothica 4.

    The Dragon Never Sleeps

  • There are chaps in the outbacks, like Houston, who have not anyone to taste wine with.

    My Life and Hard Wines

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