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  • v. Present participle of outperform.


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  • He struck out five in outperforming fellow rookie Stauffer (1-3), who yielded four runs and six hits in five-plus frames.

  • A: If one takes a short-term, that is about a 3 month kind of view, I think what will happen is that people will continue to chase the short term outperforming sectors.

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  • In the end, these moves, coupled with Mr. Sheehan's restructuring of the company's finances when he first came on board, resulted in Norwegian outperforming some competitors.

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  • It is here, it is monetary and gold is outperforming, which is all the gold miner investment stance needs. The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator

  • Moreover, even "outperforming" groups merely have gone down less than the major averages.

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  • Mdlalose claimed KwaZulu-Natal was "outperforming" other provinces in the delivery of houses.

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  • Meanwhile, it plans to expand in cities where it's "outperforming," including its hubs in Denver, Milwaukee and Kansas City News

  • HDIL is a sell for a simple fact that though Unitech is kind of outperforming in that sector and DLF is like a mediocre performance, we have seen some good from Orbit and the midcaps as well.

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  • Methinks I understand why the Cardinals are "outperforming" their preseason predictions.

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  • For Ford, a number of not so far-fetched things -- such as outperforming other car companies -- could make the stock price double.

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