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outshot

The extension of a building under a lean-to roof.
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I own a Colt Woodsman, but the High Standard would always outshoot it.
"This was an outshoot of our Long Island office," Karson explains.
And some of the ladies, they will quickly admit, can outshoot some of their husbands.
The opening period produced nothing in the way of goals, but did see Giants outshoot Vipers by 10-5.
Organisers are promising a wide range of attractions including a man from Easington who swapped the factory floor for a life making Mongolian huts and an ex-boat builder who designed a bow which allows modern "weaklings" to outshoot the archers of Agincourt.
One of the great fallacies of hockey is that you have to outshoot the other team.
After an evenly played first two periods, the Hawks clamped down on defense in the third, clearing out the neutral zone and dominating the offensive end to outshoot the Mountaineers, 10-3.