skid road

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In the United States, an area in a community characterized by cheap barrooms, saloons, and run-down hotels; usually a gathering place for derelicts, vagrants, and down-and-out alcoholics.
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As my skid road example shows, you don't need to break the bank to build effective food plots.
Provencher (2004) reported that primary skid roads and landings were 6.
Four scenarios of unit costs for building skid roads and implementing BMPs were examined (Table 4).
If considering the costs of skid road construction and BMP implementation, on average, the unit cost of helicopter extraction was 2.
Wanting to get some distance between the girls and us, we jogged for half a mile on an old skid road.