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One that is conspicuous by virtue of excellence or superiority: "In the hard-working ... supporting cast, there are two standouts" (New York).


or stand′-out`,

1. a person, performance, etc., that is clearly superior to others.
2. outstanding; superior.
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Informal. Far beyond what is usual, normal, or customary:
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The differences between Standout firms and the rest in each of these revenue levels can be significant.
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But questions remain in the circle because last year's ace, former San Fernando High standout Selena Salazar, is redshirting the season because of personal reasons.
Within each stage, two key performance indicators distinguish our Standout firms--revenue growth and income generation.
Former Camarillo High softball standout Cambria Miranda is one of 50 players on the preseason watch list for the USA Softball national collegiate Player of the Year.
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Beyond these defined criteria, the most obvious performance difference further distinguishing Standout firms is disciplined management of overhead expenses, a key indicator of operational efficiency.