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

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Examples

  • When the acardiac/acephalic twin outweighs the pump twin by more than 50 percent, death occurs in 64 percent of cases.

    Twin Reversed Arterial Perfusion Sequence and Bipolar Cord

  • If the acardiac/acephalic twin outweighs the pump twin by more than 75 percent, death occurs in 95 percent of cases.

    Twin Reversed Arterial Perfusion Sequence and Bipolar Cord

  • "But the growth potential of those countries long term outweighs the growth prospects" in the United States, Arabia said.

    Marriott to double its footprint in China

  • Because when personal gain outweighs honesty (about who was responsible for the Science paper) and skepticism, the whole scientific community is hurt.

    And the Verdict Is...

  • In fact, with a 40% increse in atmospheric CO2, this is what one expects; the atmospheric partial pressure term outweighs the seawater solubility term in the equilibrium calculation, even with slight warming.

    A few inconvenient truths « Climate Audit

  • The mom may have decided that her love for the name outweighs any teasing drawbacks.

    ParentDish

  • The D after his name outweighs any statement he makes at any time.

    Hot Air » Top Picks

  • The judge's ruling, signed last week, concludes that Bristol Palin "failed to demonstrate that this case involves 'matters of a sensitive and highly personal nature' of such a magnitude that 'protection of the party's name outweighs the public's interest in disclosure.'"

    Bristol Palin-Levi Johnston child custody fight goes public

  • When you have been as long in your profession as I have been in mine, Major Colford, you will know that duty to your calling outweighs duty to friend or client.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • But, since then, several small businesses in my constituency have told me that the hassle of recalculating their prices and reprinting their labels outweighs the slight gain in revenue.

    Telegraph Blogs

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