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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overread.
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The chief annoyingly overreads the word “serious” in Miller.
It is important for two particular reasons, one is just the image quality and the second is on the human side, overreads in getting a radiologist or an internist to read the x-rays to support a general practitioner is more important to the quality, especially since the educational level of veterinarians has increased, and the consumers demand is so much higher.
The center also offers primary interpretation and second opinions / overreads via teleradiology.
I also think Matt way overreads the significance of Bush’s (actually rather close) pres. election in 2004, while totally ignoring the significance of 2006 midterms, not to mention the national convulsion of disgust that’s sweeping Bush’s whole party out the door right now.
Rescuecom court flatly rejected this argument, stating that it "overreads the