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get out

Theatre the process of moving out of a theatre the scenery, props, and costumes after a production
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Robin Ventura was intentionally walked, but Adams was poised to get out of the inning when he struck out Joe McEwing.
Thompson lasted 4-1/3 innings and allowed seven runs, Fuentes walked six in four innings and Ayala didn't get out of the fourth having surrendered six earned runs.
On the set I spend up to 18 hours a day in a spandex catsuit with a built-in corset that takes 20 minutes to get into and 42 minutes to get out of when I have to go to the bathroom,'' she explained.