yard-sale

yard-sale

n. the site of a crash involving one or more bikes, skateboards, snowboards, etc., where the debris is spread far and wide. (Looking like a disorganized yard-, garage-, or tag-sale. Man, did you see that yard-sale at the last turn?
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Those homemade yard-sale signs popped up in the darndest places this summer, even among nice neighborhoods with freshly manicured lawns with two- and three-car garages.
Any solar lights could be used and this project is perfect for yard-sale finds.
Sellers should make sure all items are marked clearly, and they should remove any yard-sale signs they've placed around the neighborhood immediately after the sale ends.
Kate Walter shares the trials and tribulations of a yard-sale widow, exclusively on Advocate.
SAN DIEGO - Like that tattered T-shirt that began the weekend in the yard-sale pile but mysteriously escaped to the closet and eventually the wardrobe again this morning, the Dodgers' playoff chances remain possible when conventional wisdom suggests otherwise.
The City Council on Tuesday will decide whether it wants to pursue changes to a municipal code limiting when and where yard-sale signs are posted.
So now we've got this big stump in Encino just begging for an official commemorative plaque before the yard-sale signs cover it up.
2--3) The West Valley teems with garage sales, and a bargain-hunter seldom has to go far, according to Helen Rawdin, who is proud of the treasures she's found in a quarter-century of yard-sale shopping.