Surpass was a short-lived Wrigley antacid gum.
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... To surpass the tenure of his immediate predecessor, Murray Gleeson, French would have had to serve as Chief Justice until Tuesday, 11 December 2018 ... To surpass Garfield Barwick as the longest-serving Chief Justice in history, French would have had to serve as Chief Justice until Thursday, 19 June 2025 ... To surpass Edward McTiernan as the longest serving High Court Justice in history, French would have had to serve on the High Court until Wednesday, 27 ...
... Copy Rezo's greatest and only wish was to surpass his original ... he decided that the only other way to surpass Rezo was either to kill the ones who defeated the original Rezo (namely Lina, Gourry and Zelgadis) or ... The Slayers answered that his desire to kill the Slayers, surpass his original, and his inability to decide what he could do after that was the reason for his failure ...
... Surpass was a short-lived Wrigley antacid gum ... Shipments of Surpass to retail outlets were discontinued in March 2003 due to lack of popularity ...
... Surpass (the program name) was developed in Novato, California by Bob Warfield, Dave Anderson, Weikuo Liaw, and Bob Richardson ... Surpass was developed by Surpass Software Systems and at one time was a major spreadsheet competitor as measured by P.C ... Surpass got great benchmarks and was popular, but due to a bad marketing division was never widely sold ...
... put forward the slogan of the action 15 years to catch up with and surpass the UK ... Khrushchev has told us, the Soviet Union 15 years later surpass the United States of America ...
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“He utters substantial English thoughts in plainest English dialects.... Indeed, for fluency and skill in the use of the English tongue, he is a master unrivaled. His felicity and power of expression surpass even his special merits as historian and critic.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“If others surpass you in knowledge, in charm, in strength, in fortune, you have other causes to blame for it; but if you yield to them in stoutness of heart you have only yourself to blame.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)
“I imagine, on the benches of an assembly, the most intrepid of thinkers, a brilliant mind, one of those men who, when they ascend the tribune, feel it beneath them like the tripod of the oracle, suddenly grow in stature and become colossal, surpass by a head the massive appearances that mask reality, and see clearly the future over the high, frowning wall of the present.”
—Victor Hugo (18021885)