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In addition, the Chinese Ribbon livery design, which outrivaled other proposals in a public livery competition, will be used on the Boeing 787, demonstrating Juneyao Airlines' support for the direction that China is taking and its dedication in contributing to the country's One Belt, One Road initiative.
Wroblewitz, the shortest and youngest competitor on the show, outrivaled Malaysia's Shikin Gomez and Vietnam's Minh Tu Nguyen.
(36) The park's 'Snow-capped Mountains, Placid Lakes and Rolling Valleys form a scenic playground which outrivals even Europe's famed resorts'.
With Hymn 2,12, he explains why Christian justice outrivals the ideas of all philosophical schools.
Video players are slowly disappearing from the market, being outrivaled by new technologies.
Although the World's Fair devoured the hitherto unimaginable sum of 19 million guilders, and outrivaled its Parisian predecessor in terms of space by five times, it ultimately fell short of expectations.
As of 2012, however, the United States smartphone industry can finally boast that smartphone usage outrivals that of its less-intelligent "feature" phone counterparts.
This appealed to the priests and others who outrivaled each other in insulting and deriding [Islam], until 11 of them were killed in less than two months.
Thereafter, it continued to improve but was outrivaled by its competitors, which have carried out a systemic overhaul.
The library, now known as the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, was named to honor its founding father whose tenacious acquisition of literary manuscripts and letters outrivaled other special collections and gave rise to an abbreviation of frustration, G.T.T.
Through its alliance with Turkey, the KDP on the one hand outrivaled other tribes in the region, while on the other it established economic and military superiority over the PUK.
I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes and the Alps, and the Highlands of Scotland; but for simple beauty, Cape Breton outrivals them all." Peggy's Cove is the most visited fishing village in the world.