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  • v. Present participle of outlast.


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  • The Angels showed their mettle in outlasting the Yankees but will pay for all that travel early on, and Colon's health status only complicates matters. - AL Championship Series preview

  • Birdman, has opened up about his record label outlasting its competition from the 1990s, which includes

    MTV UK

  • Note: John Cena won the title after outlasting Sheamus, Randy Orton, Triple H, Ted DiBiase Jr., and Kofi Kingston in an Elimination Chamber Match.

    WWE Championship

  • Note: Triple H won the title after outlasting Edge, Vladimir Kozlov, Jeff Hardy, Undertaker, and Big Show in an Elimination Chamber Match.

    WWE Championship

  • One day of rest plus two days of practice was just what the doctor ordered for what appeared to be a very fatigued group of Celtics following Saturday night's "outlasting" of the


  • Victoria Azarenka has advanced to her first grand slam final after outlasting defending champion Kim Clijsters in a remarkable encounter at the Australian Open.

    Azarenka defeats Clijsters to reach Australian Open final

  • This phenomenon, a sort of lottery whereby some places win merely by outlasting others, will not be limited to towns built around automobiles, or even around manufacturing.

    How the Crash Will Reshape America

  • Should there be a "lingering effect," with good will between teacher and student outlasting the classroom?

    Alexia Parks: Does College Stress Breed Success?

  • I recently made the World Series with the 1931 Philadelphia A's in the Seamheads/Strat Anniversary League, outlasting teams managed by Bob Costas, Roy Firestone, Curt Schilling and Keith Olbermann, among others before getting pounded in four straight by Baseball America's Jim Callis and his 1994 Expos, but we won't elaborate on that.

    Jeff Polman: Of Dice and Men

  • Anyway, we're not complaining because this meant we got a late-summer reminder of what a clever, addictive little treat this show has developed into after being lumped in with—and outlasting—lesser septet-centric romcoms like Perfect Couples and Mad Love last spring.

    Watercooler: Who Doesn't Love a Happy Ending(s)?


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