What is CUL DE SAC?

(Fr. the bottom of a sack.) A blind alley; a street which is open at one end only. Bartlett v. Bangor, 07 Me. 407; Perrin v. Railroad Co., 40 Barb. (Ji. Y.) 05; Talbott v. Railroad Co., 31 Grat (Va.) 091; Ilickok v. Plattsburg, 41 Barb. (N. Y.) 135.

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