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The OUTshine LGBT Film Festival is a bi-annual film festival with a mission to inspire, entertain, and educate the public and encourage a sense of community through international and culturally diverse film, video and other media that offer historical and contemporary perspectives on the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender experience.
New York: A comet blazing towards Earth could outshine the full moon when it passes by at the end of next year -- if it survives its close encounter with the sun.
sy w I Why can't she back off and stop trying to outshine me on my wedding day?
If R136a1 replaced the Sun at the centre of our solar system, it would outshine our star by as much as the Sun currently outshines the Moon.
IT'S a tough job trying to outshine KATE BECKINSALE, but DREW BARRYMORE managed it at the premiere for their flick Everybody's Fine in New York.
Back him to outshine 23-yearold Czech Roman Kreuziger.
2 : to be or do much better than : outshine <The racer's time eclipsed the old record.
Pettee will also play against the likes of Oaks Christian and will likely also have to outshine the top quarterbacks like Lyon did to guide the Indians to another title.
Franz Ferdinand, winner of this year's Mercury Prize, outshine their British rivals, with three nominations for Best New Act, Alternative, and UK and Ireland Act.
With Charlie at my side, I am confident that The Sunshine Group will find new ways to continue to be the company to outperform, outdo and outshine all the others--the possibilities are unlimited.
One interesting bit of trivia: wanting to outshine the Paris Exposition that featured the Eiffel Tower, the Fair hired a young Pittsburgh engineer named George Ferris, whose 26-story revolving wheel was an instant sensation.
The action moves from a diabolical children's patty-cake through a classroom scene that echoes Flindt's masterpiece, The Lesson, and later to several big production numbers that frankly outshine the individual numbers.