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


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  • Bruce Fein, Bob Barr, and a few days ago there was a link in one of the comments to a right wing libertatian suggesting that they should make temporary common cause with the left wing progressives because the two outwings had more in common on civil rights, privacy and the rule of law than they had differrnces over gay marriage, guns and flag burning.

    Firedoglake » Once More to the Faxes and Phones…

  • But she outwings Safire by such a margin on domestic issues that she makes him look like a McGovernite.

    Archive 2004-12-05

  • As she attempts at words, his courser springs O'er hills and lawns, and ev'u a wish outwings*

    Ovid's Metamorphoses, tr. by dr. Garth, and others


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