outdeliver

outdeliver

(ˌaʊtdɪˈlɪvə)
vb (tr)
to surpass or outdo in delivery
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For example, we're told to outperform, outdeliver, make our mark--but don't make mistakes.
Airbus is now the world's biggest aircraft manufacturer and will outsell and outdeliver Boeing in 2004, reports Times Record News.
It doesn't quite match "The Walking Dead"; however, that show outdelivers just about every other scripted show on TV in the 18-49 demo.
The dark-edged marriage of soap operas and hip-hop musicals handily outdelivered Rhimes' shows among key demographic groups when comparing season-to-date performances
"Our industry is a longterm one and we have outsold and outdelivered our competitor in nine of the last 10 years so, even if they do well this year, a 10:1 ratio would still be OK for us," John Leahy, chief operating officer at Airbus, told the UK's Observer newspaper.
That, and the murky scrim that features at least twenty or so projected changing images, outdelivers the assortment of stunts and shticks Pendleton choreographed for his eight-member ensemble--though without much sense of integration.
The same applies at 10 p.m., although in that instance, it's ABC's Beltway potboiler Scandal that outearns and outdelivers Parenthood by a 2.5-to-1 ratio.
Because as much as ABC superserves affluent women--the network currently outdelivers all other broadcasters with women 18-49 who earn at least $100,000 a year--another season in last place is clearly not an option.