One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Mark the boundaries of an area of land.‘I went out to peg out our assembly area’
- ‘It was expected to remain a small town and as a result only twenty-four townblocks were pegged out.’
- ‘It is essential the site is pegged out before the planning committee visits it, to eliminate any confusion.’
- ‘Within a few days claims were pegged out, tents went up and a blacksmith opened up for business.’
- ‘The first opal claims were pegged out but, as a result of the unbearable heat and the lack of water, work was abandoned within three weeks.’
- ‘The new kitchen is pegged out and a safety fence is going up tomorrow!’
- ‘Rex Watkins the siting coordinator said most of the site had been pegged out and numbered and he is confident the registration process will go smoothly.’
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