Skid Row: A phrase from construction

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Skid Road
Skid Road

Many modern phrases we use today have lost there original meaning and are now used in a different context. One of these is the term ‘skid row’, which usually means a poor dilapidated urban area. This phrase was originally used in the 19th century, in North America, to describe a road constructed from timber and used to remove trees from a forest.

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