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- v. Present participle of outman.
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Power blocking, outmanning the defense at the point of attack.
Staffed by blooded veterans of the Clinton years -- from the "war room" in Little Rock to the impeachment hearings in Washington -- the Gore campaign is outmaneuvering and outmanning a Bush campaign that sometimes seems to be run from a cigar box in the back of the old family store.
Part of what prompts these numbers is that the ACLU is completely outmanning the Thomas More Law Center, which is defending the Dover policy.