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  • n. someone who overperforms


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  • Last week, at the general managers' meetings in Milwaukee, Yankees GM Brian Cashman said he knew he would need to pay well to re-sign a player like Garcia, or fellow overperformer Bartolo Colon , after both pitchers put together improbable comeback seasons.

    Garcia Returning as Yankees Starter

  • "For many years, Infosys was a huge overperformer in the Indian market," said Walter Rossini, who manages a 250 million- euro $370 million India equity fund at Aletti Gestielle SGR SpA in Milan. -- Top News

  • Canada, with last weekend's overperformer "Jackass 3D" slipping to No. 2 with $21.6 million.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Paramount claimed the top two films in North America, as overperformer "Jackass 3D" slipped to No. 2 with $21.6 million.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion


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