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  • adjective Superior to all others of its sort.

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Examples

  • But one result is that people respond with immense ingenuity and world-beating innovations emerge.

    It's time the world listened to new stories out of Africa | Ian Birrell

  • Eat in a floating restaurant for a true Hong Kong experience or visit Tim Ho Wan in Mongkok for world-beating dim sum – with steamed pork buns for HK$12 about £1, it's the cheapest Michelin-starred food in the world.

    Top 10 things to do in Hong Kong

  • WITHOUT YOU *** 1/2 out of **** -- Anthony Rapp's one-man show is based on his acclaimed memoir Without You, which charts the rather remarkable experience of being in the world-beating, life-changing hit Broadway musical Rent while dealing with two tragedies: the sudden unexpected death of the show's composer Jonathan Larson and the slow decline and death from cancer of Rapp's mother as Rent moves from a tiny workshop to Broadway.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: New York Musical Festival (NYMF) Roundup

  • Liam Fox, the defence secretary, said in response to today's report: The Typhoon is a world-beating air-to-air fighter and is fast developing a ground attack capability, as is being demonstrated in Libya.

    RAF Typhoon jets draw MPs' flak over £20bn price tag

  • Over the next 10 years, I expect many more industries to be disrupted by software, with new world-beating Silicon Valley companies doing the disruption in more cases than not.

    Why Software Is Eating The World

  • WITHOUT YOU *** 1/2 out of **** -- Anthony Rapp's one-man show is based on his acclaimed memoir Without You, which charts the rather remarkable experience of being in the world-beating, life-changing hit Broadway musical Rent while dealing with two tragedies: the sudden unexpected death of the show's composer Jonathan Larson and the slow decline and death from cancer of Rapp's mother as Rent moves from a tiny workshop to Broadway.

    Michael Giltz: Theater: New York Musical Festival (NYMF) Roundup

  • Take the two star turns at Davos this week: for China, a spending package of around 15% of national income had lifted the country's growth rate to around 10%; while India's Manmohan Singh a world-beating economist launched not one but three rounds of stimulus after the banking crisis.

    Cameron's cuts: There are alternatives | Editorial

  • The technology boom of the 1990s gave the United States a whole new set of world-beating companies to admire and inspire: Microsoft, Apple, Oracle, Netscape, eBay, Amazon, Intel, Yahoo!

    Zero-Sum Future

  • The technology boom of the 1990s gave the United States a whole new set of world-beating companies to admire and inspire: Microsoft, Apple, Oracle, Netscape, eBay, Amazon, Intel, Yahoo!

    Zero-Sum Future

  • The formerly world-beating West Indies sit firmly in the latter camp these days; they are ranked seventh in the world in Tests and eighth in One-Day Internationals, haven't won a series for two and a half years and were thrashed in the quarter final of this year's World Cup by Pakistan.

    Spat in the Windies Won't Blow Over

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