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The Maryland Senate is expected to take up the override vote on Friday.
Hogan, who is fighting against a likely veto override by the General Assembly of a bill that would impose a tax on digital ads, made one veiled reference about raising taxes during the economic recovery.
Talk about it before you get to the trailhead, because once you are sitting on your machines, you’ll get that eager override and people will be charging everywhere.
This vote, like an override of a veto or a constitutional amendment, would take a two-thirds majority in each chamber.
The bottom line is that giving humans more agency means you’re inviting creativity — and letting diversity override bias.
Then, as now, high prices led to consumption; for vanity likes to override obstacles.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
In intellect he was the king's superior, but he allowed George's prejudices to override his convictions.
If he had given way to Slaughter he was not going to allow any one else to override him.
COLONIAL BORNG. FIRTH SCOTT
The Bosnian showed his eagerness by an evident determination to override all suggested difficulties.
But it was not inclined to admit in practice that the British Constitution could override its own particular interests.
THE EVOLUTION OF SINN FEINROBERT MITCHELL HENRY

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION