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  • v. Present participle of outduel.


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  • Jeremy Lin had the most astounding performance of his remarkable week, scoring a career-high 38 points and outduelling Kobe Bryant as the New York Knicks held off the Los Angeles Lakers 92-85 on Friday night.

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  • Bjorn often competed against Clarke in the Finn class, outduelling him at the 1996 Canadian championships.

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  • Lehner, though, who shook it off, outduelling Roy, who allowed two goals.

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  • Franchitti, of Target Chip Ganassi Racing, had the car to beat for most of the day, then clinched the title by outduelling the others in the late stages of the race which featured a spectacular last lap crash involving Mike Conway.

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  • Roy had no trouble outduelling Remparts netminder Jonathan Roy, who surrendered a season high-tying six goals on 34 shots. Top Stories RSS

  • Jason Hammel turned in six sparkling innings today, working out of a bases-loaded jam to preserve the scoreless tie, and the day before, Jason Marquis continued his surprising season by outduelling Matt Cain for a complete-game victory (although Pablo Sandoval had to spoil his attempt for a shutout with a leadoff homer in the ninth inning) and, as mentioned, Ubaldo managed to have a good outing as well.

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  • He's already won twice in 2009, outduelling Casey in the finals of the WGC Match Play last month.


  • Bingyu Wang put together another masterful performance Saturday, outduelling Sweden's Anette Norberg 8-6 to give her country its first-ever world women's curling championship. Top Stories RSS

  • Yann Danis made 19 saves, outduelling Colorado's Andrew Raycroft, who stopped 27 shots.

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  • Washington Capitals in the second round, outduelling Alex Ovechkin and putting up a staggering - Sports News


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