Hasidic Jews are starting to speak up, overcoming the cultural modesty surrounding sexual misconduct.
To me, total secrecy about AA and overcoming addiction just exacerbates the problem.
Unlike the other bad contestants of seasons past, Lazaro has turned into a symbol of overcoming adversity.
Her story, and that of her whole community, is one of overcoming against all odds.
Former British prime minister Brown is the author of Beyond the Crash: overcoming the First Crisis of Globalization.
overcoming something of reluctance, he took one of the packages from its place.
So Fear is really the Mother of our first overcoming of Inertia.
It is especially strong on overcoming denial and recognizing problems, with numerous personal vignettes.
Most marvellous to say, he succeeded in overcoming their stubborn will.
It is an infant's first method of removing obstructions and overcoming derangements of the system.
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.