out-of-town out-of-town

Definition(s):

  • (adj) happening in or being of another town or city

Usage(s):

  1. Apartments in Newport Lofts Boemio's client, an out-of-town investor, paid $600,000 for one are now listed for as little as $179,000.
  2. The Examiner's boss rushed special trains to cover out-of-town fires, ran up enormous cable tolls.
  3. Self-publishing has gone from being the last resort of the desperate and talentless to something more like out-of-town tryouts for theater or the farm system in baseball.

News

  1. Judge: Lawrence can't keep taxis out

    LAWRENCE -- City police can no longer prevent out-of-town cab drivers from dropping off or picking up passengers in the city, under a federal court order issued this week. "The Court finds that there is evidence that law enforcement officers of defen
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Eagle-Tribune

  2. Judge: City can't keep taxis out

    LAWRENCE -- City police can no longer prevent out-of-town cab drivers from dropping off or picking up passengers in the city, under a federal court order issued this week. "The Court finds that there is evidence that law enforcement officers of defen
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Eagle-Tribune

  3. UPDATED: Redding Holiday Inn in escrow; out-of-town group has agreed to buy property

    An out-of-town group has agreed to buy the Redding Holiday Inn, which has been under local ownership for more than 15 years.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Record Searchlight

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