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outlet

 [owt´let]
a means or route of exit or egress.
pelvic outlet the inferior opening of the pelvis minor.

out·let

(owt'let), [TA]
An exit or opening of a passageway.
See also: aperture.

out·let

(owt'lĕt) [TA]
An exit or opening of a passageway.
See also: aperture
References in classic literature ?
So it seemed quite evident that the subterranean outlet indeed existed.
"The curse of God on thee for a blockhead!" said Don Quixote; "where hast thou ever heard of castles and royal palaces being built in alleys without an outlet?"
The outlet, or the Susquehanna, flows through a gorge in the low banks just mentioned, which may have a width of two hundred feet.
Outlet stores serve an important purpose to brands, he said, as these allow them to dispose of excess inventory without affecting the brand image or price structure of the full price stores.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the new outlet, the Managing Director/Chief Chef, Mrs.
In a desperate attempt to secure precious human lives, the coach-driver resorted to moving the burning coach to a nearby PSO outlet for rescue but the vigilant and HSE-trained outlet staff prevented its entry into the outlet to avert further disaster.
Meraas, the Dubai-based holding company today announced the expansion of The Outlet Village, less than two months after the opening of its first phase.
Grocery Outlet officials say its company presents a unique opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and skilled grocery, retail and food service veterans to operate a Grocery Outlet Bargain Market independently under a license from the parent company and be a part of the Grocery Outlet brand.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce has issued a fine on the outlet for double-dealing customers by charging them more than publicised in its promotion offer.
Barelli also said he believes that, despite trends toward more online shopping, people will continue to visit outlet stores.
18 June 2015 - US-based investment company Blackstone's (NYSE: BX) Blackstone Real Estate Partners Europe IV has acquired Palmanova Outlet Village, a 22,000 m2 outlet centre located between Trieste and Venice, said Blackstone's Netherlands-based Multi Corp.subsidiary.