To overcome these impediments, at least two tour operators bring visitors into the region.
If the netizens can overcome history is still to be determined.
But there are hurdles that must be overcome by bold decisions by the parties.
Thus far, Walmart has tried to overcome such resistance with advertising, lobbying, the lure of jobs, and occasional threats.
And not only do they overcome it for themselves, but then they turn it into something positive to help others.
That night, overcome by fatigue, strange as it may seem, we all slept soundly.
The abrupt fall was not more than a foot now, and I had strong hopes that we could overcome it.
The first difficulty to be overcome was the want of carriage.
It appears, therefore, that in his time primitive demonism had been overcome.
Still, two persons felt a prejudice for this man which they could not overcome: they were Sunbeam and the hunter's mother.
Old English ofercuman "to reach, overtake," also "to conquer, prevail over," from ofer (see over) + cuman "to come" (see come (v.)). A common Germanic compound (cf. Middle Dutch overkomen, Old High German ubarqueman, German überkommen). In reference to mental or chemical force, "to overwhelm, render helpless," it is in late Old English. Meaning "to surmount" (a difficulty or obstacle) is from c.1200. The Civil Rights anthem "We Shall Overcome" was put together c.1950s from lyrics from Charles Tindley's spiritual "I'll Overcome Some Day" (1901), and melody from pre-Civil War spiritual "No More Auction Block for Me." Related: Overcame; overcoming.