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


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  • In the categories all private label outperformed the category growth. Home Page

  • Students who heard the angry calls outperformed neutral-call listeners on analytical questions, but they trailed their peers on creative puzzles.

    Week in Ideas: Christopher Shea

  • In 1998 and 1999, the average company that added ". com" to its name outperformed other technology stocks by an average of 53 percentage points.

    What's in a Name: If It's 'China,' a Pick-Me-Up

  • He found that the average stock that added "China" to its name outperformed the overall market by 31 percentage points over that period.

    What's in a Name: If It's 'China,' a Pick-Me-Up

  • However, thus far in 2009 we've outperformed, which is unusual for us; because so many high-quality names traded at a discount, we were more aggressive than usual in our investments.

    US Market Commentary from Seeking Alpha

  • There is no attempt to define why this should be, it is just assumed that a Tory should be better than a Lib Dem and the fact that Grieve was "outperformed" is seen an an aberration.

    Why are Liberal Democrats dismissed so readily?

  • Among young men, only NFL football and "American Idol" outperformed "Family Guy" in the TV ratings last season, according to Nielsen Media Research.

    The Family Guy Goes Online

  • Success clearly hasn't gone to their heads and they insisted they were 'outperformed' by the audience. - Stuff

  • Okay and then the other thing I wanted to ask you, the South Atlantic region, you kind of outperformed on a relative basis relative to your other regions and just sort of within that mix of properties, could you maybe just give a little more color? Home Page

  • "Today II" outperformed "The View" in homes (+8\%), total viewers (+8\% or +263,000), TVNewser


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