set-out

set-out

n
1. dialect informal a beginning or outset
2. dialect a display or layout of any kind; a show, costume, spread, array, or commotion
3. equipment; gear; set-up
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For the benefit of those of you who are new to solid waste management, scavenging at landfills (dumps) and from curb set-outs was fairly common practice in this country as recently as the 1960s.
We learned one reaction to the extensive curbside separation set-outs from the comic strip Shoe several months ago, now let's hear what you readers think.
Although there can be no assurance that commercial quantities of oil will be found, the geological and geophysical data indicate that there will be a variety of prospects on Kuma's lands, including up to four set-outs from existing production.