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Out Of Service ( it it not working right now; it is broken ... )

"Out Of Service"

Out of service means that it cannot be used because it is not working correctly.

Example: "I would like an ice cream, please." Reply: "Sorry, but the ice cream machine is out of service."

Example: "Sorry, this bus is out of service."

Out Of Print

Out Of The Frying Pan (And Into The Fire)

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