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  • The two of them are at the center of a tight and capable group at Brown campaign headquarters in Oakland, which includes the able day-to-day campaign manager Steve Glazer and stalwart Sterling Clifford, the press secretary so frequently out-numbered by the hordes of high-paid flacks employed by Whitman.

    William Bradley: Brown in Command, Boxer Holding on, A Big Green Victory in the Making

  • They are out-gunned and out-numbered by Sudanese government forces who have dropped 500-pound bombs less than 2,500 feet from U.N. mission headquarters in the state capital, Kadugli.

    Are We Witnessing the Next Darfur?

  • Southern leaders weren't stupid, and they saw that a world in which they were out-numbered by non-slaveholding states (hell, they were only a force in the federal government as a result of the 3/5ths compromise, which allowed them to count their enslaved populations when it came time to allot out Representatives) would be one in which their comfortable existence, resting firmly on the backs of slaves, would be in a constant state of threat.

    Picketts charges

  • Bill Barnett, president of the San Antonio Living History Association, said it will be hard to re-create the overwhelming advantage the Mexican Army had over the Texans—the roughly 200 defenders were out-numbered 10-1—in part because uniforms for the Mexican soldiers are expensive.

    Texas Set to Fete Birth of Republic

  • And she did a pretty good job, considering how out-numbered she was.

    Anne Vitiello: Spring Forward, And Do Look Back

  • PS: For what it's worth, you're horribly out-numbered in the "The Wolfman was the greatest thing since internet-rage" camp.

    Emily Blunt Passes on Captain America | /Film

  • Just as members of Congress are far out-numbered by lobbyists on any given day in Washington, the commissioners are far, far outnumbered by insurance company executives who come to NAIC's conferences to try to influence everything the commissioners do, as a group and individually.

    Wendell Potter: State Insurance Commissioners Take Baton From Congress

  • Brown lingered for a long time after, moving around the perimeter, shaking hands, bantering, giving impromptu press interviews, posing for photos, including one with his stalwart press secretary Sterling Clifford, who'd been so out-numbered by Whitman's gang of high-priced flacks, and his young son.

    William Bradley: Jerry Brown and the California Exception

  • The UN later ruled that Israel out-numbered and out-gunned was in immediate danger and had the right to attack first.

    What Goes Around Comes Around Like Torture

  • Their small number of votes are well out-numbered by the new voters brought into the Party by Obama.

    CBS Poll Has Mostly Good News For Obama On Race Speech

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