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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutbackout‧back /ˈaʊtbæk/ noun   the outback
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outbackThey sell riding over boulders in the outback to people circling the city for parking spaces.But the other reason to break the journey is to see some of the outback.We must even be judicious when hiking though the outback, where objects sometimes call out for rescue.Aboriginals still point to various rocky outcrops or sandstone gullies which trace the Myndie Snake's progress through the outback.The Rock is their excuse for visiting the outback.
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