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  • noun Plural form of worldbeater.


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  • "worldbeaters" in the armaments industry was not true.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "worldbeaters" come to yankee stadium and break scoring records that have been around for over 100 years.

    The LoHud Yankees Blog

  • So even if they turn into worldbeaters overnight, they won't fetch much of a transfer fee.

    A Clearance Sale Disguised As a Soccer Team

  • His roster of non-European worldbeaters—Nefertari, Jesus, Muhammed, Askia, Confucius, and Buddha—sufficed to prove the point.


  • U.S. stocks -- the obvious worldbeaters now -- looked like losers 15 years ago.

    Sure Profits, No Tears?

  • Spain have looked like worldbeaters in the first round, sure, but that's nothing new.

    Mark V. Mike

  • "When we started, we thought we were worldbeaters," Martin notes. - Men's game is battle of the ages

  • In Brazil, many now wonder if the emphasis on "making it big", evidenced in large-scale projects such as Belo Monte or the BNDES policy of creating "Brazilian worldbeaters" large transnationals in fields such as mining and food might not be putting the country on a path that will, in the long run, undo the social achievements of the last decade.

    The Guardian World News

  • Dortmund are nothing like last season's worldbeaters but neither are the hosts.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • We know the claws were out this year waiting to pounce on Carlito but that is the past and the cats have gone away biting their nails down to the bone. when city get the results, we look like worldbeaters. when we don't turn up we look very poor indeed.

    Manchester Evening News - RSS Feed


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