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  • v. Present participle of outlay.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The water storage tank (7) provides a rare opportunity to advertise in outlaying communities.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • During Saleh's absence, Yemen descended into further chaos as militant groups try to exert control over outlaying provinces.

    Yemeni protesters announce shadow government

  • I'm not outlaying a ton of cash to do this, and yes, I've caught some major breaks.

    The Lost Days, or Babble, Babble, Babble

  • There is a whole lot more poverty and bad stuff out there and it is not just our outlaying regions and backwater communities.

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • Obviously I think that outlaying money for disaster and epidemic relief is very important, but was the stimulus package the place for it?

    bac-o-bits

  • For my Canadian friends, it's probably the size of Toronto plus some outlaying areas.

    Singapore, Some Musings on Homes

  • Her response was immediate, she said: “I would like to train volunteer workers to go as outreach workers to help the needy - rough sleepers who are in the outlaying areas and who are too frightened to come into town to the soup kitchens for help”.

    The Secret Motivations Of A Pretty Public Secret Millionaire – Kevin Green

  • The president outlaying some very difficult math in labor economics.

    CNN Transcript Sep 21, 2009

  • “It may be so; but Julian was an outlaying striker of venison, and made many a far cast when he had a fair doe in chase.”

    The Abbot

  • My sources tell me that the teachers have been moving activities to the outlaying towns around Oax City.

    An Open Proposal

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