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  • v. Present participle of outmatch.


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  • There was a book out in the 90′s called “Learning Styles in EFL” edited by Joy Reid, which is a good read for those whose opinions on your blog seem to be outmatching their knowledge on the topic.

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  • GM Swings to Loss The U.S. economic slowdown is outmatching the cost-savings from General Motors's restructuring plan.

    Warren's Muni-ficence

  • She was bound to crumple under the strain, bound to be humbled to the dust long ere the faintest hope of outmatching her mother's iron will had begun to dawn in her soul.


  • He suggested that, as the day was hot for so late in the year, we go ashore and see the sights which, indeed, we found well worth seeing, for Ostia has some buildings outmatching anything to be found outside of Rome.

    Andivius Hedulio Adventures of a Roman Nobleman in the Days of the Empire

  • He was in an exultant glow, far outmatching the bloom on our faces when we rejoined him.

    The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 3

  • If we do not look to be outmatching them, my concerns for this year will increase.

    Dawgs By Nature

  • A concerted effort to cut off cooperative funding by the party which is outmatching the oppposition.

    Flopping Aces

  • It was coming straight towards them, outmatching their own boats speed.

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  • What you call Emerson being "crazy" is really just an incredibly wise and challenging writer outpacing and outmatching the various readymade "theories" you're throwing at him.

    Wired Campus

  • Or in other words, just as the steam-powered satanic mills of the 19th century churned out cloth at a furiously greater rate than peasants with spinning-wheels and looms could, so automated labs packed with unsleeping droid-boffins will be able to discover and invent stuff at a terrific, unprecedented rate - easily outmatching slowpoke human-staffed research.

    The Register


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