Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of overture.

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Examples

  • -- A 6-foot-4, 190-pounder, he committed to Washington State early and then resisted overtures from the likes of Cal and Arizona State after he had a big senior year.

    Washington State - Team Notes

  • He is not ideologically bent and, as proof of that, he rejected all overtures from the Bush Administration to hire him.

    Matthew Yglesias » Why Ross? Why Iran?

  • No more unilateral peace overtures from the right.

    “Coarsening.” - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • A Republican Senate aide said Friday morning that there was little McConnell could offer in terms of high-ranking committee slots, which is why Lieberman is resisting overtures from the Republican side.

    startling? high wire act by lieberman

  • A Republican Senate aide said Friday morning that there was little McConnell could offer in terms of high-ranking committee slots, which is why Lieberman is resisting overtures from the Republican side.

    07 « November « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • A Republican Senate aide said Friday morning that there was little McConnell could offer in terms of high ranking committee slots, which is why Lieberman is resisting overtures from the Republican side.

    Today in Iran and Iraq - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Many of his major donors had rejected, privately and in some cases formally, overtures from the Clinton campaign, and thus they gravitated naturally toward Obama.

    Teacher and Apprentice

  • Many of his major donors had rejected, privately and in some cases formally, overtures from the Clinton campaign, and thus they gravitated naturally toward Obama.

    Teacher and Apprentice

  • And unfortunately for the staunch unionists, I can easily imagine more of the 50% will be won over by the optimistic and inspiring overtures from the SNP than the 35% will from the pessimistic doom-mongering from the unionist parties.

    SNP Marathon Team - Progress Report

  • Many of his major donors had rejected, privately and in some cases formally, overtures from the Clinton campaign, and thus they gravitated naturally toward Obama.

    Teacher and Apprentice

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