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Those stories would have been wrong or overstated but would have become the narrative.
HOW HAS THE NATION CHANGED SINCE THE INSURRECTION AT THE CAPITOL?MICAH COHEN (MICAH.COHEN@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 11, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Failing to repeat as champions is hardly a catastrophe — it’s notoriously difficult to do so — but the importance of Champions League qualification cannot be overstated.
It’s easy to overstate what has happened so far, which is mainly a change in legal designation.
Many of you believe the long-term impact of the pandemic won’t die off but that its effects have been overstated.
The watchdog said it found evidence of false forecasting, meaning utilities were overstating how much water would be sold, and, when that didn’t pan out, the company could go back and tack on a surcharge.
You cannot overstate the importance of the discovery, if this is real.
But he interrupted her ere she had gone far, "Mademoiselle de La Vauvraye," said he, "you overstate the matter."
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
I do not at all overstate the fact, when I say, that 50,000 slaves are annually landed in Cuba.
I noticed that he did not overstate anything, but spoke within bounds.
We cannot overstate our debt to the past, but the moment has the supreme claim.

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