override this

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  • With great effort the human portion of his brain could override this control.
  • He had intended to override this young fellow by weight of age, authority, and personality. Cited from Gunsight Pass, by William MacLeod Raine
  • An attempt was made to push ahead with the project and override this opposition.
  • However, other methods can be used to override this binding of a document to a form note.
  • The Rose Bowl was permitted to override this provision if it had been used within the previous four seasons.
  • If both sides attack, the one who goes first is determined by Speed, although some moves, items, and effects can override this.
  • The members of each Circle have their own free will to a point, but a higher-ranking vampire can override this.
  • Two weeks earlier, the initiative to override this result of the court decision qualified for the November election ballot.
  • However, a two-thirds vote by each House of the Congress can override this limitation.
  • However, the enemy may use a "Counter Boost" to override this normal one.
  • William probably intended to override this provision, but the entailment made his will vulnerable to dispute.
  • A statement in a will that it is made in contemplation of forthcoming marriage to a named person will override this.
  • However, in some instances Parliament has chosen to statutorily override this position by providing that the relevant minister must exercise the power in person.
  • If users override this default, telling the application to preserve the image, they can reuse the image to create more copies.
  • There are no policy settings that will override this behaviour.
  • However, it is possible to override this within an individual program via the FLDCW "floating-point load control-word" instruction.
  • As this is not a Constitutional prohibition, Congress may change or override this interpretation by passing a law.
  • However, mobile TV and mobile search may override this privacy concern, as soon as they are implemented on a full-blown basis.
  • The courts can override this equal-split rule if a 50-50 split will be unfair.
  • If the president kills a bill in this manner there is nothing that Congress can do to override this, which is called a "pocket veto".
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