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


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  • Wouldn't it be fun to see if that search term outranked "Intelligent Design?"


  • One Elaine Richardson supporter told me in 2002 that she would win the race against Raúl Grijalva because she "outranked" him, as if this is any sort of consideration in the minds of voters.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • In the past year, we've almost all been "outranked" by "people who matter."

    The Republic of T.

  • Main Street has been "outranked" by Wall Street, and is still waiting for its bailout.

    The Republic of T.

  • Paulson and Bernanke "outranked" Geithner, Frank said in a statement. - News

  • House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank, a Democrat, said Thursday that Bush appointees Paulson and Bernanke "outranked" Geithner.

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News , Taiwan newspaper

  • "outranked" by the health insurance industry, and will have to wait for the kind of health care reform we hoped for and voted for.

    The Republic of T.

  • Just look at the fact that the United States is outranked both in math education rankings and in the Global Innovation Index by countries such as Singapore, Finland, Korea and Japan.

    Priyamvada Natarajan: Close the Math Gap

  • She worked with (and outranked) Heinlein at the little wartime research group in Philadelphia that was charged with trying to figure out what a high-altitude (read: space) suit should be like.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Ford's quality resurgence was led by the Fusion midsize sedan, which outranked Honda's Accord and Toyota's Camry, two of the most reliable cars on the road.

    Most Reliable Cars: Honda, Toyota Top Consumer Reports Rankings


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