To subject a government agency, a legislative provision, etc, to automatic termination after a specified period: Many senior members of the CAB favor legislative proposals to ''sunset'' the agency earlier
[1978+; fr sunset law]
“One club I worked at, sunset strip, they caught a 15-year-old girl trying to audition,” Sharky recalled.
Or will it fail to catch on with audiences like Sorkin's last TV outing, Studio 60 on the sunset strip?
So one night I'm in a sunset strip joint, and I see Bogart sitting at a table.
Beneath all the excited imposition of politics on the sunset strip there is an inconvenient truth that should trouble Republicans.
He might go down to the sunset strip, where the teenyboppers hung out.
Dozens of nuclei were reported, some close at hand, others far away as the sunset strip and Hollywoodland.