outgate

outgate

(ˈaʊtˌɡeɪt)
n
a way out
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His opening outing saw him outgate new home skipper Jack Parkinson-Blackburn whilst his second saw him slice between Tom Bacon and debutant David Mason at the end of lap one for a fine victory.
At a metal gate turn left on to the Outgate bridleway.
These destructive processes revealed as mucoid and fibrinoid swelling end up with blood vessel wall necrosis; it causes high vessel permeability and is accompanied by the outgate of liquid blood components to the neighbor tissues and the formation of swelling which is usually registered during first 24-hours of experiment.
In 1960, she retired to Outgate, on Lake Windermere, in the Lake Distinct, where she regularly entertained family and friends.
Hopefully I can outgate them or make a couple of passes and with my confidence how it is right now I don't see why this can't be a big meeting for me moving forwards.