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Netflix has still outshined many TV networks and services, which have struggled to find new programming to air during the pandemic.
At $149, the Powerbeats won’t outshine the pricier Pro model, but it does make for a decent pair of headphones at a fair price if you can get over some potential dealbreakers.
Consequently, I opined that it would be no difficult achievement to outshine all my schoolfellows.
In the full blaze of day came a meteor that swept to the earth in an arc of fire to outshine the sun.
Women might in many departments of labour be equal to, or outshine men, but they will not take the trouble.
In grace and manly beauty, in his qualities of heart and intellect, contemporaries held him to outshine Trajan.
THE WALLS OF CONSTANTINOPLEBERNARD GRANVILLE BAKER
He was doubtless trying to outshine him, and for that reason he even got his clothes from the same tailor in Nice.
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
Did her father outshine them all with his wit and merriment, or did he sit quiet and amused?
JUDITH SHAKESPEAREWILLIAM BLACK
She was moreover a good deal piqued and alarmed by the idea that the perfumer's daughter might rival and outshine her own.
She now expected to outshine her competitor, and desired that the chest should be unpacked in her presence.

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