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.
The no-kill shelter, founded in 2003 by Trudy Charette, also accepts donations of food, cages, litter (the shelter uses wood pellets), toys, blankets, laundry detergent, bleach, bedding, hand sanitizer, towels and salable items for yard-sale fundraisers held by the shelter.
The 21,111-daily circ paper is combining data from Google Maps and yard-sale ads from its classified section.
Thanks to a yard-sale gift from a friend, I now stack those issues in my GRIT newsstand.
Kate Walter shares the trials and tribulations of a yard-sale widow, exclusively on Advocate.