outserve


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outserve

(ˌaʊtˈsɜːv)
vb (tr)
to serve better or longer than
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He was a good father to his four children, a good friend to many of his fellow drivers, and a good driver who was always willing to outserve his passengers,' it added.
This happened at least partly because single-issue organizations like the Palm Center and OutServe were laser-focused on repeal.
In addition, notes NPR, the "spy agency is one of the founding partners of Outserve, an organization that represents gay active military personnel, including those with the CIA.
An Air Force officer and co-founder of a gay service member support group called OutServe said financial considerations are playing a big role in gay service members staying quiet.
When someone sacrifices for you, you sacrifice for them, and soon you're doing your best to outserve each other.
Philippoussis is expected to outserve Popp, his groundstrokes look a shade better and he is significantly higher-ranked than his opponent, who lies 150 spots below Scud in the Champions Race.
Winning Customers: Outserve, Outlast the Competition
It's come down to who can outserve the other guy," he says.
We use that local connection to our advantage, to outserve the larger banks.
Our answer to all these conditions is to operate efficiently, continue to outserve the competition, and work closely with customers to help them succeed and seize new opportunities.
This new brand is an important evolution that represents our goal to outserve our customers, Tan said.
OutServe-SLDN's financial woes were likely compounded by a culture clash between OutServe and SLDN, which formally merged in 2012.