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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outrate.


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  • Meaning, ESPN's draft generally outrates everything else on the network except its NFL games and a handful of events such as Home Run Derby or big college bowl games.

    ESPN, NFL Network take different approaches to draft coverage

  • "This should come as no surprise since the only time baseball's postseason outrates Monday Night Football is a World Series game," Fox's Dan - Falling 'MNF' still outslugs baseball in ratings

  • After a slow start, the cooking show regularly outrates its Network Ten reality rival The Biggest Loser, which only attracted about 800,000 viewers for Sunday night's weigh in.

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  • The gardening and lifestyle show usually outrates the football during the home and away season, but Footscray great Doug Hawkins said the decision not to show football live was at the expense of families and children. | Top Stories

  • He has done that, a news service you have to PAY for directly outrates the other "left leaning" networks free to air services by massive proportions. | Top Stories

  • Of those who have won more than 17 rounds, only Allan Moffat outrates the Gold Coast-based gun who will almost certainly this weekend seal back-to-back crowns at the V8 final in Sydney. | Top Stories

  • We will fight them on the couches: league outrates AFL for first time We will fight them on the couches: league outrates AFL for first time One banner, name and purpose

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • “Colbert is entertainment and entertainment always outrates politics.

    Daily Digest: 10/30/07


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