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perform better or achieve a greater degree of success than expected

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We have therefore clearly overachieved the EBA capital target despite the ongoing challenging market environment.
In some respects, we have probably overachieved so far but the top six is not beyond us.
But their opponents today, Wolves, have overachieved massively and most of the credit has to go to Mick McCarthy.
I think we have overachieved already this season with what the gaffer's had to work with.
The coach also said he likes his chances with an offensive line that's overachieved under the tutelage of offensive line coach Chance Tapia, a former Rosamond player.
Martin Scott last night admitted Hartlepool United have overachieved this season as they look to move a step closer to the Championship at Tranmere Rovers tonight.
David O'Leary has said the team have overachieved this season -and long may the improved results and football continue -but if Villa ever want to achieve real success again they are going to have to listen and back him with a decent budget and, more importantly, a long-term plan.
I am proud to report that we set audacious goals for 2006, and have overachieved in all dimensions," said Barry Morris, chairman and CEO of StreamBase.
Jim Duffy's men have overachieved this season, but could be rusty with no game in over two weeks.
Moore says there are many lessons for his young squad to learn and points out that in terms of the club's modest budget and resources, they have already overachieved by reaching 66 points.
The target on the budget revenues was overachieved for 1.
Pulis has been impressed by how his side have overachieved this season but is not prepared to settle for a gallant near-miss at this stage.
Mark Hughes (right) had a few Premiership players and an SPL striker when he was Wales boss and he overachieved - which is what managers get paid to do.
And it was Canyon seniors Bree Caceres and Nini Loucks, the only members of all three championship teams, seeking the elusive fourth crown against Valencia's three seniors - Mackenzie Bear, Kierra Scalercio and Kyle Schnurr - who overachieved all season in their quest to win one.