“So the temptation of the glib phrase outran his discretion.”
“His power of expression outran his real intelligence, and constantly determined his opinion; while talking about shams, he was himself the greatest of shams.”
“If a new allele was being driven to fixation, it would produce a long haplotype as it "outran" (at least transiently) linkage disequilibrium.”
“It breaks speed limits, blows through stop signs, ignores angry cops, and even outran a tornado just to get to Boston and spoil Mitt Romney's parade.”
“In what's rapidly becoming a typical performance for Mr. Humphries, he outran, outmuscled, and outworked both players to finish with 20 points and 11 rebounds.”
“Granted, the boat was on a trailer and he outran the car by cutting through houses, but still — these are not the kind of moves that anything less than an action movie superhero cop can pull off.”
“He outran the guy, said Willis McGahee, whose fourth-quarter fumble helped Pittsburgh tie it.”
“For the young women of the time, Lawrence's sense of Romantic style and flamboyance often outran the tastes of even the most fashionable.”
“The Minnesota Vikings wide receiver/kick returner ran away with the balloting the same way he outran defenses and special teams this season.”
“I ate many of them back when appetite outran personal health, when banks meant "trust," when Buick meant something in the United States.”
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