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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exceed.

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Examples

  • Former President George W. Bush says a new presidential center in his name exceeds expectations.

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  • The label exceeds its own storytelling standards with

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  • After sentencing, if his term exceeds 25 years, federal rules require that he be housed in a maximum-security prison, former prosecutors said.

    news | WM | http://www.starnewsonline.com

  • After sentencing, if his term exceeds 25 years, federal rules require that he be housed in a maximum-security prison, former prosecutors said.

    news | WM | http://www.starnewsonline.com

  • After sentencing, if his term exceeds 25 years, federal rules require that he be housed in a maximum-security prison, former prosecutors said.

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  • After sentencing, if his term exceeds 25 years, federal rules require that he be housed in a maximum-security prison, former prosecutors said.

    news | GT | http://www.gadsdentimes.com

  • After sentencing, if his term exceeds 25 years, federal rules require that he be housed in a maximum-security prison, former prosecutors said.

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  • When the term exceeds 10 years, the rule in Queft.

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  • Treasury for that year has been between $11 millions and $12 millions, and that the revenue accrued during the same term exceeds the sum counted on as sufficient for our current expenses and to extinguish the public debt within the period heretofore proposed.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

  • It is already ascertained that the amount paid into the treasury for that year has been between eleven and twelve millions of dollars, and that the revenue accrued during the same term exceeds the sum counted on as sufficient for our current expenses, and to extinguish the public debt within the period heretofore proposed.

    Inaugural Addresses and Messages

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