But don't go overriding the hounds," said "Uncle" sternly.
By 1898 the imperial will, working under partially new conditions, produced continual chaos, and by 1900 succeeded in practically overriding all constitutional restraints.
As events proved, it was the budget which was to provide a cause of dissension, bringing a new political movement into being, and an issue overriding all the legislative interest of the session.
That's because hypnosis activates a different state of your mind, overriding your conscious mind in which you formulate your daily thoughts.
For Stubbs, brought up in the English town of Bedford, the overriding passion of his own adolescence was cars.
However, there is no congenital heart defect present and there are multiple contractures with overriding fingers observed with this syndrome.
deregulated regime that sees competition and not public service as the overriding ethic.
This is because both legal and equitable easements are overriding interests.
Note that commands may set their own response to hangups, overriding hup.
This mapping is added to any already in force, overriding any mappings that already exist for the same extension.
The overriding problem with transatlantic mergers is the difference in profitability and the way partners are remunerated.
Bacon's overriding preoccupation was with what he liked to call " the brutality of fact " .
reorganizes society to meet the overriding demands of the market.
They really want to create a culture where the overriding objective is to make the customer experience absolutely sensational.
The overriding consideration was the " fundamental " right of everyone to a " fair hearing " by an " impartial tribunal " .
But grit remained the overriding watchword, summed up by 1960's " A Night Out ", Harold Pinter's debut TV work.
New Forms of Exchange Enclosure reorganizes society to meet the overriding demands of the market.
But grit remained the overriding watchword, summed up by 1960's " A Night Out ", Harold Pinter 's debut TV work.
The overriding factor in choosing a cat food is the fact that cats are carnivores.
While some categories of environmentally sensitive items are regulated, such as Energy Star appliances, there is no overriding rating system devoted to green products.
An overriding concern regarding wind energy is human health effects and research has confirmed that wind generators may negatively impact human health.
At the Busch Gardens Tampa location, the overriding theme is "Africa" - so much so that the park's official name is Busch Gardens Africa.
Overriding is a term used to describe bony fragments that overlap and shorten the total length of a bone.
Ignoring or overriding those warning signals can lead to such severe energy depletion that the muscle cannot be relaxed, causing a cramp.
Perhaps the overriding trend for 2006 is freedom.
Your heart is overriding your good business sense and as a result, you're emotionally vulnerable.
Fractures can be further subdivided by the positions of bony fragments and are described as comminuted, non-displaced, impacted, overriding, angulated, displaced, avulsed, and segmental.
One of the overriding advantages of the Gazelle is the ability to get in an aerobic exercise session without the hassle of dealing with inclement weather or other barriers to cardio workouts.
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