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out of (something)

Having no more of something left or available. We're out of milk, so you can pick some up at the store on your way home? I'm sorry, but I just checked with the kitchen, and we're out of the chicken dish.
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John's never happy about coming out of the game,'' Scioscia said.
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expressed the view that, "It's good to be out of Manhattan, away from Ground Zero, breathing the fresh air.
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Green's two-out homer in the 13th inning lifted the Dodgers to a 3-2 victory against division-leader Arizona in the opener of a four-game series at Dodger Stadium, and renewed hope the Dodgers are not yet out of the playoff mix.
It appeared Sutton might get out of a jam after he got the second out on a strikeout with a runner at third.
Reliever Terry Adams allowed a pair of singles to start the ninth and not even a double play could get him out of trouble.
Monday's rainout not only means the Dodgers are skipping his next regular turn in the rotation, but with Eric Gagne's good outing and Kevin Brown expected back Monday, Perez could find himself pushed out of the rotation again.