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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outshout.
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A FedEx letter cries for more immediate attention than something sent bulk rate, and a fax outshouts even a FedEx.
So much the better, there is no message that indiscreetly outshouts the message that the book itself must communicate directly, that you must extract from the book, however much or little it may be.
When one module outshouts the rest, it controls behavior (for awhile, until another module is activated even more strongly).
Inslee is also thin-skinned: He has gotten steamed not just at critical news coverage, but even when a colleague's aide anonymously joked that nobody outshouts Jay Inslee at a press conference.
OK's dissection of 4th amendment issues, 5. respite from blogs where partisanship outshouts reason.