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  • v. Present participle of outplace.


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  • Some assignments involve outplacing 1,500 white - collared employees, '

    India eNews

  • Added Shermon: 'At present, we have the assignments for outplacing about 200 top management staff of automobile, real estate, electronics, engineering, IT, financial and insurance companies.'

    India eNews

  • But, on an average, we charge Rs. 400,000 for outplacing top management people and around Rs. 200,000 for middle level executives and half of that for junior level people, 'Shermon said.

    India eNews

  • Free topped her nearest competitor by nearly 10 points in each round, totallying 788, far outplacing second-place Priscilla Rickman of Dyersburg, Tenn., by 39 points.


  • And the overall impression I get is that tabloids have been outplacing their copywriters to the tech blogging "industry" that has taken over most US-based technology sites.

    The Tao of Mac


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