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- n. An instance of overcoming.
- v. Present participle of overcome.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Conquering; subduing.
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If people like Yoav, Maajid, Oscar, Christopher and David can continue to pave the way for human rights practitioners to successfully integrate technology to address their raisons d'être, then there is an increased likelihood the broader community will take note and invest in overcoming inertia with innovation.
The book isn't about Alvin overcoming that fear, however.
We just don't know how successful for-profit colleges are in overcoming the educational obstacles posed by students who need remedial classes in, say, math and English.
Putnam Award, for perseverance in overcoming adversity
He added "I'm aware that each country has been facing difficulties in overcoming its own economic problems."
The secretary-general urged Burma to make progress in overcoming what he called its legacies of political deadlock and armed conflict.
Other than Michael Oher's moving story, Anthony Hargrove's accomplishments in overcoming adversity has exemplified grace, faith, and redemption.
Funny how everyone wants to ridicule Russia when prophecy says it will be them that comes to Americas aide when WWIII goes down to help in overcoming the muslims who will by that time just about conquered the world.
Treatment is valid for fighting the demons of addiction and an effective tool in overcoming the government's use of incarceration and punitive measures in response to low-level, nonviolent drug law offenses stemming from addiction.
The point is that the market works well in overcoming people's concern's about possible "lemons problems."
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