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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of overstride.
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Later, he came to understand that the Frenchman was in the business of weapons and dope, if not directly sanctioned by Uncle Sugar - the local cynical nickname for the US Government - then at least tolerated by this enigmatic, godlike entity which overstrode life in wartime Saigon like a Titan from the clouds.
Mullen said that Tebow still overstrode on his throws, and that his decision-making should improve with more time in the offense.