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


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  • Macau already outgrosses the Las Vegas Strip in gambling revenues by a wide margin, but most of that money is spent in casinos on the Macau peninsula.

    Melco Sees Upturn for Macau Gambling

  • 'Star Wars': + 2-minute trailer outgrosses "" Joe Black '' and "" Babe II '' combined.

    We Wish You A Merry Crisis Edition

  • It might be a little early to tell, but I'd wager that KFP outgrosses the Wallster by the time the dust settles and the derby ends.

    Overseas Box Office

  • Disney's 3D re-release of a 17-year-old hand-drawn classic significantly outgrosses all three of the weekend's new releases -- combined

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Citizens of India support these films, so much so that it outgrosses Hollywood.


  • It would be funny if Nemesis outgrosses the new star trek movie

  • My understanding is that it was never anticipated to make a large amount of money domestically, but would be making the bulk of its money overseas, and so it has; it’s international cume outgrosses its domestic cume by about 4:1, meaning the movie is a solid theatrical success, given its $20 million production budget.

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