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  • verb Present participle of outstrip.

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Examples

  • The shortage of easily available credit, the lack of adequate exits, and the broader macroeconomic malaise, led once again to capital calls outstripping distributions.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • As it is, the rapid ramp-up of treatment in Mozambique is outstripping the ability of the government and other institutions to treat all the infected, instead making them wait until the viral load increases to the point when they can no longer wait to begin treatment.

    Ray Suarez: Reporter's Notebook: A Clinic's Strains in Mozambique

  • Mr. Marchionne's plan for Chrysler ultimately has the auto maker producing about 2.8 million new cars and trucks in 2014, outstripping the company's current manufacturing capacity.

    Chrysler to Add 1,600 Workers at Illinois Plant

  • SJM said its annual revenue rose 68% to HK$57.65 billion, outstripping the territory's overall revenue growth of 58%.

    SJM Profit Soars on Macau Gambling Revenue

  • Demand for spectrum is rapidly outstripping supply.

    Dropped Call? Blame the FCC

  • Turkey's economy grew by more than 9% in the fourth quarter, outstripping expectations and underlining that it is struggling to contain runaway demand as the rest of Europe strains to shake off recession.

    World Watch

  • "Our state spending has grown at over 5.7% per year over the last decade, outstripping tax receipts (3.8%), personal income (3.7%) or inflation (2.4%)," Mr. Cuomo said the other day on Staten Island.

    Cuomo and 'the Rich'

  • SYDNEY -- The world's top polluter, China, is a surprise leader in clean energy efforts, a study showed Tuesday, outstripping the United States and Japan and leaving Australia lagging far behind.

    China A Surprise Leader In Clean Energy: Study

  • However, TV advertising bounced back strongly from the 2009 recession, with 15% year-on-year growth in 2010, outstripping the growth rate for internet advertising for the first time since it has been measured as a substantial media more than a decade ago.

    Facebook effect lifts online advertising

  • SYDNEY -- The world's top polluter, China, is a surprise leader in clean energy efforts, a study showed Tuesday, outstripping the United States and Japan and leaving Australia lagging far behind.

    China A Surprise Leader In Clean Energy: Study

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