outmeasure

outmeasure

(ˌaʊtˈmɛʒə)
vb (tr)
to measure outto surpass in quantity or length
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In one sentence Betz does more to explain our current reality than a shelf full of strategy books: "A materially weak actor who nonetheless does not believe in his powerlessness possesses a paradoxical strength which can outmeasure that of a materially greater opponent who does not believe in his own power."
'far outmeasure the printed remains of Shakespeare and Jonson
For instance, if labour force productivity at the terminal is very low but other indicators of productivity outmeasure the component of labour force, the airport may still stand as highly competitive.
"As mandated by the Local Government Code, the presence and support of mayors in their respective areas of jurisdictions are imperative for them to carry outmeasures to protect their constituents from the harmful effects of disasters and calamities,"he said.
In the other case--where her costs decrease--we obtain that the decrease in her gross expected payoff outmeasures the decrease in her costs, which leads to the same conclusion.