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Global fears of China's authoritarian rise are overshadowing the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing and sparking calls for a boycott.
Sure, vaccines are being rolled out, though even this ray of light is overshadowed by supply issues.
What really overshadows him isn’t what he achieved on the field, or his late career run of bad luck in the playoffs — it’s the successes of the quarterback who just beat him.
At 5-foot-2, a college guard puts up numbers that overshadow his height
As it turned out, the candidate BioNTech and Pfizer first tested outside of China performed slightly better, which is one reason why Pfizer has overshadowed Fosun as BioNTech’s partner.
While vaccines are on their way, the mental health impacts of the pandemic may soon overshadow the direct impacts of the pandemic.
What We Do in the Shadows also debuted in 2014, and its ascendence as the reigning New Zealand horror comedy might have both overshadowed Housebound and dictated how audiences approached it.
He has his struggles that he has been working through for many years that sometimes overshadow the man he is, but trust me, the love is always there.
This quarter, strong earnings results from public cloud companies were overshadowed by a seemingly endless IPO cycle.
I hope his announcement doesn’t overshadow me declaring myself People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive.

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