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  • n. Plural form of outset.


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  • That's when someone buys a company, using the company itself as the collateral for the loan used to purchase it, usually at very high interest, then pays off the interest by cutting the work force and salaries, selling outsets and even breaking up the company.

    Larry Beinhart: The Economy Is a Problem

  • The park reopened for tourists yesterday with the burned outsets now part of the tour.

    CNN Transcript Jun 3, 2008

  • So, we let the mass dictate where we are and I have to say that if we continue to see progression in our delinquency improvements and our nonperforming outsets, we will probably see a reserve release in the future quarters.

    U.S. Bancorp CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript -- Seeking Alpha

  • That's a good question to ask at all outsets, yes -- and it's not that different from asking whether the poem is 'representational' or 'abstract.'

  • Obviously, we are teaching from our own outsets, and taking it as we go along.


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