As many eBay sellers quickly learn, online stores offering free shipping usually outperform online stores that charge even moderate shipping fees.
An aluminum awning will outperform a fabric awning in every capacity.
The video also shows tests run on laboratory mice in which the resveratrol-ingesting mice outperform their control counterparts in athletic feats.
These elite bloggers have a natural investigative ability, and a reporters' passion, that allows them to outperform even many of the best "professional" mainstream reporters.
The report also shows that some communities, notably African and those with mixed ethnic origins, significantly outperform the national averages for participation.
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Children in twoway bilingual education programs have been found to outperform their peers academically.
The cheapest Dyson vacuum cleaners can outperform more expensive bagged models offered by competitors such as Hoover and Oreck.
Stronger Academics - Studies have shown that homeschoolers tend to outperform their publicly-schooled peers on nationally standardized tests.
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