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


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  • But all of the boats here are probably damaged, oh, $20,000, $30,000, just from outdrives alone and big motors in the back.

    CNN Transcript Jul 11, 2005

  • He says he follows Patrick because he thinks she outdrives the guys.


  • World no 3 Westwood outdrives both with an outrageous 370-yard drive.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Watson, a 31-year-old who outdrives him by 100 yards and more on many holes.

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  • Hideout G.C. Most members thought the men's club championship would be an easy win for Jon O'Hora as he usually outdrives his father, Marty, by 30 yards or more.

    Gas Drilling

  • Having only ever hired shaft driven boats we know next to nothing about outdrives.

    YBW News

  • The Coast Guard received a call at approximatley 10: 45 a.m. from TowBoat US reporting the JoJo was taking on water and the outdrives were ripped out causing a power outage for communications.


  • The Acura TL, a 2010 Digital Drive Top 10 car and a midsize sports sedan, outdrives most every other car in snow, in rain, or at the track.


  • Chryslers and Dana outdrives, lots of work done to it, a bit to go.


  • The high-performance, 32 '9 "vessels are powered with Twin 315HP Yanmar Diesels and Bravo X-1 outdrives and will replace the USCG's current aging inventory.

    Jacksonville Business News - Local Jacksonville News | Jacksonville Business Journal


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