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off the map

In a distant, remote, or obscure state or location. The cabin is a bit off the map, but the scenery around it is beautiful. I liked the show, but it must have fallen off the map after its first season, because no one talks about it anymore.
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off the map

(of a place) very distant or remote. Compare with off the beaten track (at beaten).
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(be) off the ˈmap

(be) far away from other places; (be) remote: It’s a little house in the country, a bit off the map.
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There are terrorists of the YPG (Kurdish People's Protection Units) and the PYD (Kurdish Democratic Union Party) in Afrin, and the Turkish armed forces must wipe them off the map, he said.
While Kim Jong-un would like nothing better then to wipe South Korea and the US off the map, the FVRP think the move will actually put Finglas "on the map".
During visits to Bethesda, Llandudno and Ruthin yesterday (Tuesday) Ms Wood said North Wales was fed up of being left off the map.
If only 'walls could talk' it would be fascinating to hear about the things that have happened inside these buildings, but to erase them off the map is bordering on criminality.
All we need now is for the hospital to lose its A&E department and Huddersfield will disappear off the map.
With regard to Israel, Ayatollah Khomeini first spoke the phrase: "Israel must be wiped off the map.
Perhaps Obama wants to wait until Iran nukes Israel for it to be politically correct to call Iran's wiping Israel off the map a "Holocaust.
Even the ordinary can become magical once it's re-oriented, and in Off the Map, he explores unmapped places, from a Ballardian excursion onto a traffic island in the interstices of a motorway system to North Korea's uninhabited city of Kijong-dong, built to lure defectors from its neighbour by showcasing the technological advancements achieved under Communism.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Florida state legislators are weighing the idea of wiping the town of Hampton off the map due to its uncontrollable corruption, a report said.
Son of a father who, in his position as Vice President of the EU, managed to get Wales wiped off the map of Europe.
The publication, which is famous for its liberal standpoint, mentions India up to Punjab and does also include, although without naming, a chunk of Himachal Pradesh, but tears Kashmir territory completely off the map.
A 2012 book in the popular Italian children's series, Geronimo Stiltona mouse and journalist at The Rodent's Gazette whose exploits have spawned more than 100 books since 2000apparently leaves Israel off the map.
Yet while watching Newcastle and Fulham being stuffed 3-0 at home in derby matches, you had to wonder whether those content to see British players wiped off the map might be missing a trick.
If it was the former, then their endeavours to wipe Welsh identity off the map is fully exposed and obvious.
The federal Opposition notoriously claimed that Whyalla would be wiped off the map.