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Ruiz may have managed to outsmart us this time," Dennison said, lighting himself a cheroot. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2001)Troy was very clever for his age and had already figured out ways to outsmart her and get his own way. WEB OF DREAMS (2001)But if you and your mystery man think you can outsmart me, you've got a big shock coming. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (2001)
He needed time to develop a strategy to outsmart the young king, rather than to try to defeat the French in battle. THE FAMILY (2001)
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