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.