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  • v  draw a gun faster, or best someone in a gunfight

  • Roosevelt wasn't strong enough to win the election, losing to Democrat Woodrow Wilson, though he did outdraw Taft in the popular vote.
  • South Asian culture suffuses almost every facet of modern British life: Bollywood movies outdraw West End musicals, and curry is the national cuisine.
  • Yet, even by this optimistic measure, boxing's biggest event this decade still couldn't outdraw the audience for last week's New England Patriots-Buffalo Bills regular season .
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  • McClain: My tribute to Barry Warner
    My first day at the Chronicle was Oct. 18, 1976. I was hired to cover the original Aeros with Gordie, Marty and Mark Howe. I was a snot-nosed Waco native who didn’t know squat about hockey. The Aeros were coming off back-to-back World Hockey League championships, and they used to outdraw the Rockets by a long shot. I worked for Dave Campbell at the Waco Tribune-Herald while I attended Baylor and ...
    Aug. 7, 2013 - Houston Chronicle
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  • David Peterson in Toronto Star
    People listen when she speaks. She can outdraw anybody,said Peterson. "Her contacts are the people in the big-hedge funds, the big money. She has the infrastructure behind her. Her friends are ...... the king and queen of this country, the...

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