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Some residents worry increased traffic could overwhelm the parking lot at Kinlock Park.

Those placeholders take up space and they overwhelm machines with a small amount of storage.

The salmon may return en masse in part to overwhelm the bears, who can't possibly eat them all.

So that I don't overwhelm you with too much work, we will only have one exam this week.

In 1967, boxer Muhammad Ali was sentenced to five years in prison for refusing to fight in the Vietnam War, but the sentence was overturned on appeal three years later. overwhelm

Neo uses his powers to destroy the incoming weapons, but Sentinels overwhelm the ship.

Moore has noted that he felt these two seminal characters would overwhelm the rest of the cast.

In a few days, Chinese forces are able to overwhelm the Progressives and their Japanese supporters.

Main Host - three to six Orc-hosts, each 40,000-50,000 strong - sent to overwhelm Fingon as he pursued vanguard.

The regular delivery of power strokes can overwhelm the rear tire, and generally makes a slide harder to catch as well.

A number of inexpensive boats attacking en masse could overwhelm a larger ship's ability to fight them off using its large, slow-firing guns.

“I don’t think it’s going to overwhelm the system.”

People without technology overwhelm our human resources.

We commit errors when we let one want overwhelm the other.

Croatia's warning Croatia warned on Thursday that the massive influx of refugees would soon overwhelm it.

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