Most investors were trying to outrace
each other given a more positive outlook this year.
With its light body and a five-speed stick, the Camry could outrace
many heavier cars with bigger engines.
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Young bikers on a bravado drive, trying to outrace
one another or perform stunts that are a danger to them as well as others, were behind most of the traffic violations registered in the first three months of the year, Ras Al Khaimah Police said.
But the Nicobar girl gave a strong reply in the second round to outrace
the Korean by just 0.
Pursued by Hippias and his army the entire way, Eudes is determined to outrace
them, despite his exhaustion.
If 2011 will ultimately be remembered as the Year of the Protester (Time, December 26, 2011), WLT would like to pause momentarily, before the events of 2012 outrace
our news feeds, to recognize the vital role of journalists in bringing that roiling dissent to our attention.
Their caravels could outrace
the fleet of any other nation, and the potent combination of adventure, trade, and Christianizing enabled Portugal, for a time, to rival the empires of much larger and more powerful nations.
Continued speculation about his future at Ferrari does not seem to have fazed him, and while he is yet to qualify ahead of or outrace
Fernando Alonso he is not really employed to beat the Spaniard.
In this gamble, between its actual position and the talk it puts out, Hezbollah is relying on its over-confidence, even though its rivals see this as confusion and a sign of mistaken calculations, which will eventually prompt the party to modify its stances, and try to outrace
The costs to run a typical trucking business continue to outrace
the prices charged to customers.