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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of outjump.


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  • Interesting that he lost even though he typically outjumped the competition.

    Matthew Yglesias » Ski-Jump Science

  • An enterprising run from Henley won a corner, from which Hanley outjumped the flailing De Gea not once but twice to score the winner.

    Sir Alex Ferguson's hard line gives Blackburn's rollercoaster a push

  • Safety Reed Doughty and nickel cornerback Phillip Buchanon were supposed to have covered Johnson together, but Buchanon released the Pro Bowler too early, and he outjumped Doughty in the end zone for the touchdown with 2 minutes 3 seconds remaining in the fourth.

    Redskins at the bye week: the defense

  • Valencia dominated the second half as the yellow cards came thick and fast in response to some robust tackling, before Ramos outjumped his markers to nod home a 72nd-minute second goal for Real.

    La Liga round-up: José Mourinho pelted after Real win at Valencia

  • Bongani Khumalo scored in the 20th minute when he outjumped France midfielder Abou Diaby to knock a cross from Siphiwe Tshabalala into the net with his shoulder.

    South Africa Eliminates France, But Fails To Advance At World Cup

  • Bryant outjumped a Troy defender to catch the football, then finished a 44-yard touchdown pass from Robinson that made it 28-7.

  • He hit 3-pointers, set up teammates, even outjumped people a foot taller than him.

  • Less than a minute later, Mr. Cahill again outjumped the entire United defense to set up Mikel Arteta, who smashed in the dramatic equalizer.

    Striking Fear From the Second Tier

  • Terry, whose missed penalty kick cost Chelsea the European Champions League title last week, scored when he outjumped several defenders inside the penalty area and beat a diving Howard with a powerful header.

    England easily turns back USA in friendly

  • He ran a post pattern and outjumped cornerback Deltha O'Neal for the ball before tumbling into the end zone with 3: 58 to go in the first quarter.


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