Did you perchance mean overrunning?
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“Expanded surveillance of urban electricity usage and scanning for temperature anomalies by drug agents encouraged by the potential riches from property forfeitures led to large-scale and destructive marijuana plantations over-running more than 61 National Forests by 2009.”
“And yet, not only did they not all perish, but more rose by the sword than perished by it, else man would not to-day be over-running the world in such huge swarms.”
“Maid, in the wheel, over-running him, naturally bites him.”
“Also, with the spin-the-bottle thing, you are presumably just using a very light setting to keep the reel spool from over-running as you remove the line. bayboater9: That was interesting.”
“They were wild raiders, on occasion crossing the Yalu in great masses and over-running northern Cho-Sen like locusts.”
“But Gbagbo loyalists appear to have repulsed that attack and again prevented Ouattara fighters from over-running Mr. Gbagbo's residence.”
“Bruces actions prevented a numerically superior enemy force from over-running their postion, quite possibly saving the lives of over 100”
“Whereas previous efforts were hampered by restrictionist callers over-running congressional offices with calls, RIFA at least equalized congressional contacts in 2010.”
“Television crews only usually pitch up at Northampton's railway station when there is a rail strike on or over-running engineering works have led to travel misery for the thousands of commuters that make the daily journey from the market town in the East Midlands to London.”
“When Brough hailed me, and asked what was the news I reined up, not even looking in Cardigan's direction, and told Brough the Ruskis were over-running the far end of the Heights, and our horse were falling back.”
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