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  • v. Present participle of outleap.


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  • After outleaping the world on her four tumbling passes, and after delivering a perfect landing, the kid smiled just as surely — if not as smugly — as Khorkina had before. - Patterson answers history and defending champ

  • United looked like they were going to win the game in regulation, on the strength of Christian Gomez's floating header over Reis in the 67th minute, but Pat Noonan scored an 85th minute equalizer by outleaping Rimando on a header.

  • The celebrating Germans had just clinched their third equestrian team gold in as many Olympics on Tuesday, outriding and outleaping the United States and Sweden. - U.S. wins silver in show jumping contention

  • Miss Gibbie leaned over and with the poker broke a large lump of coal, making it blaze and roar in licking, outleaping flames.

    Miss Gibbie Gault

  • But Adriano, on loan from the Serie A, tied it after the 74th minute, outleaping the Audax defense and firing a header into the left corner to make it 1-1. - Articles related to McClaren and Houllier in the frame to resurrect slumping Hamburg

  • It proved costly when Penrith winger Sandor Earl was awarded a ref's call try three minutes later after outleaping two Raiders defenders, replays proving inconclusive as to whether he grounded the ball. | Top Stories

  • Moore got behind Adrian Bushell to catch a 35-yard touchdown pass from Brantley and Thompson caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Brantley, outleaping Markihe Anderson for the ball. - Latest Headlines

  • The play: It was a jump-ball throw on third-and-20, with Crabtree outleaping CB Al Harris - and getting away with an apparent push-off - in the left side of the end zone.

    The Green Bay Press-Gazette Latest Headlines


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