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  • Because of this, illegal logging operations all too often out-muscle municipal authorities who are responsible for forest management but have few of the resources needed to fulfill the task.

    A Goal for Copenhagen: Keep the Focus on Enforcement

  • He was, in fact, part of the crew that made a now legendary trip to Half-Price Books, the one where I had to out-muscle Joe R.

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  • The design of the Dream Wall will out-wit instead of trying to out-muscle those who would abuse its neighborliness.

    Mike Bonifer: Dream Wall

  • Very alert locating the ball, but tends to try an out-muscle the blockers rather than using his hands to shed ...

  • Has the raw power needed to collapse the pocket, but will spend more time trying to out-muscle the blocker rather than escaping from his opponent to make the big play in the backfield ...

  • Will push off and out-muscle defensive backs to get open ...

  • Improving as an in-line blocker, giving good effort, but needs to get out quicker when lead blocking for the ground game (will try to out-muscle rather than finesse block, but is still developing the power he needs to be consistent in this area) ...

  • His wrestling mentality forces him to try and out-muscle the defender (this results in him locking on to the opponent for long periods, rather than chip off to find another target to locate) ...

  • Since then, Martin has had up to two slots open on the commission and not enough votes to out-muscle the two Democrats who want more studies before scribing new rules.

    Lobbyist McDowell In FCC Post Hearings Thursday

  • And how we proceed now to outmaneuver Saddam before we out-muscle him in the next several weeks will determine whether we proceed with a broad base of support or a narrow base of support.

    CNN Transcript Nov 14, 2002


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