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  • noun Plural form of overtime.

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Examples

  • We've been in overtimes before where we made the plays to win it and this time they did.

    NFL - National Football League - San Francisco vs. San Diego

  • "We got some valuable experience in these overtimes, which is great," Boston's Paul Pierce said.

    CNN.com

  • "We got some valuable experience in these overtimes, which is great," Boston's Paul Pierce said.

    SI.com

  • The grit that Syracuse showed in the overtimes will be the stuff of legend.

    Hartford Courant blogs

  • The grit that Syracuse showed in the overtimes will be the stuff of legend.

    Hartford Courant blogs

  • "I thought, across the board, our girls found another level in the second half and in both overtimes, which is what we needed to be in this game.

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  • BOSTON (AP) After a record-setting seven overtimes in the first six games, the defending NBA champion Boston Celtics made an early night of it with a dominating stretch in the second.

    Celtics avoid overtime, advance past Bulls 109-99 in Game 7

  • They were playing teams to within single digits and went down hard in the regular-season finale, losing in three overtimes to St. John's.

    Big East Conference

  • Two of its six regular-season Big East wins came against last-place DePaul, the second of which required three overtimes.

    Big East Conference

  • The four overtime games was a record for a series, and the seven overtimes total were the most any team has ever played in an entire playoff — and it's just the first round.

    Celtics avoid overtime, advance past Bulls 109-99 in Game 7

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