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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outdistance.


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  • Jeter has 115 career plate appearances against Wakefield heading into this weekend's series at Yankee Stadium, a competition that spans 16 seasons and narrowly outdistances Wakefield's decade-plus duel with former Yankees first baseman Jason Giambi.

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  • Yet despite that number, we do have to keep in mind that comedy outdistances other genres because of the sheer volume of how many comedies are produced, like a scatter-gun effect.

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  • On the Democratic side Hillary Clinton outdistances Barack Obama by 9 points.

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  • Spillane's influence on the field, even where Robert B. Parker is concerned, far outdistances Macdonald, who was a talented Chandler imitator.

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  • This rate even outdistances the 1981 auto recession exodus.

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  • While that might seem terrible, it actually outdistances our guys here in Phoenix, who are projecting that the next 3.2 mile line here will cost $306 million.

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  • Add to this the fact that the properties being sold were over-built, too many built, too quickly, and dependent on a credit situation where people could get into a house that far outdistances their income.

    Our leaders "have failed utterly and catastrophically to project any sense of authority."

  • Courtney Sinclair's power already outdistances my own.

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  • 'In seeking a higher-quality sexual experience the number of well-heeled women that lead more adventurous and exotic sex lives, have had an affair, or joined the mile-high club far outdistances that of men — and the affluent gender gap in views on sex doesn't end there,' Hannah Shaw Grove and Russ Alan Prince, two well-known researchers on the habits of the rich and famous, found.

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  • Like Obama, Edwards defeats the Republicans by larger margins than Clinton does: the former Democratic vice-presidential nominee outdistances Giuliani by six points, McCain by 10 and Romney by 37, the largest lead in any of the head-to-head matchups.



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