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You can’t overemphasize the kind of trauma felt by kind of public officials and policy intellectuals seeing America’s prosperity as a permanent feature of the landscape, then watch it just kind of melt away.
Willingham notes that history, science and culture have overemphasized the role of the member in our lives.
Geographically accurate maps therefore overemphasize the electoral importance of physically big states.
It is practically impossible to overemphasize the importance of the boy's vocational choice.
Never overemphasize one of the dimensions of height, width and depth at the expense of one of the others.
Sevčik was in many ways a wonderful teacher, yet inclined to overemphasize the mechanical side of the art.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS
It is impossible to overemphasize the importance of having a standard method of procedure and to stick to that method.
As specialists in education, you and I are likely to overemphasize the importance of the common school in the scheme of creation.
CRAFTSMANSHIP IN TEACHINGWILLIAM CHANDLER BAGLEY
I do not think it possible to overemphasize Gourmont's sense of beauty.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
The difficulty lies chiefly in the temptation to overemphasize.
NEWS WRITINGM. LYLE SPENCER

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