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  • r  in an outstanding manner or to an outstanding degree
    she was outstandingly successful in her profession
  • r  to a remarkable degree or extent

  • The attraction also contains the best music George Ira Gershwin have written since Oh, Kay!, an outstandingly comely chorus, talented and virginal.
  • Jack Peurifoy had performed outstandingly in difficult assignmentsGreece, Guatemala, Thailand.
  • Yet for all the advantages of a burgeoning technology, the man who uses its gadgets least and operates most often as a solo scientist has contributed outstandingly to the expanding .
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  • The One Microsoft Excel Trick That Rules Them All
    The program is the gold standard of programs. It's elegant, ubiquitous, and outstandingly powerful. American business lives and dies by the spreadsheet, and everyone is always looking to hone their skills.
    July 11, 2013 - Business Insider
  • Scott Scale 710 – first ride review
    The Scott Scale 710 is a slightly de-militarised version of their ultra successful, 650b cross-country race weapon – World Champion Nino Schurter’s Scale 700 RC. But even a surprise early launch and that pro pedigree didn’t prepare us for just how good this understated but outstandingly fun and fast hardtail is.   Ride & handling: Explosively responsive, tenaciously anchored Our experience with ...
    July 6, 2013 - BikeRadar

  • Aguri Suzuki in CNN International
    Takuma performed outstandingly in our first year and I hope that he will be able to build on this with us next year,said team boss Aguri Suzuki.
  • Daniel Vettori in International Herald Tribune
    It was a good old fashioned hiding,New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori said. "We didn't really get ourselves in the game. We were a little bit short on the runs and then Sehwag and Gambhir played outstandingly to take the game away from...

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