from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a way out or an exit
- n. the path outbound from the LAN(Local Area Network) to the WAN(Wide Area Network).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A way out; exit.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A way or passage out; an outlet.
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If you think the good actions outway the bad, then you go for passion.
You liberal women need to ask yourself: Does my unchecked loyalty to President Obama, fueled by my hate of the republican party, outway my desire for Women's rights throughout the world?
Yes there may be jobs created in the "green energy" sector but the job loss and the effect on the economy will FAR outway any benifit.
The price of inaction will far outway the danger posed by the status quo!
Like a Vulcan the needs of the Many outway that of the few.
From experience, I know that my own Pastor's many good qualities FAR outway his occasional slips into GOP-mania.
At what point does the 'level of bad' outway any 'good' that comes from the actions?
As for Pope Benedict, I believe that his studies as a scholar and theologian far outway my humble opinion.
Mebbe da woof part shud outway da goggie part win it coms to da collar…mus watch owt for yursalf, mai fren!
You must practice shooting the .300 WM more than 30-06 rounds just to get use to a little more recoil than the 30-06, but the benefits far outway the initial discomfort (if you can even call it that).