outstation

[ UK /a‍ʊtstˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a station in a remote or sparsely populated location
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How To Use outstation In A Sentence

  • She forgets to mention that back then; even the outstation Nick (which now contains Traffic Wardens, a Dog catcher and one Community officer) had an Inspector, three Sergeants and sixteen Bobbies. See You Next Tuesday « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • A field station is based at Cap Iouik (Iwik), with an outstation at Oued Chibka, equipped for six researchers and four support staff; it has three Zodiac boats, one motor launch, a radio station and is accessible by four-wheel drive, motor launch or light aircraft. Banc d'Arguin National Park, Mauritania
  • For many women who are associated with NGOs working on public health issues, attending outstation training programs made things more difficult.
  • § Home Away From Home to provide accommodation for children and their families corning from outstation for treatment in the city. Cancer Survivor- GOD MOTHER
  • Having completed two free coaching clinics, the SLTA plans many more of these clinics in the outstations.
  • We welcome people of all races, people from outstation and overseas to participate.
  • My advice is to go out and buy a dictionary of art terms and then visit the fair, its outstations and a few commercial galleries.
  • Bus and taxi services cover both town areas and 'outstation' destinations. Brudirect News1
  • Mr. Chandy says that the gates have to be shut on time since the groups (including outstation participants, colleges and schools) themselves come with over 40 persons.
  • 'outstation' always has romantic reverberations for me, tho it's really no more exciting a word than 'watertank'. The View from Elsewhere
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