Remove the overt reference to race, and you have a sentence that could proceed from an NRA militant today.
The government used Simmons to authenticate 11 overt acts in the racketeering indictment of Welch and his deputy.
There is currently no African leader can replace these larger-than-life men whose roles were shaped by an era of overt racism.
The gun guy was gone, but the gun issue wasn't the overt focus.
Poverty, alienation, estrangement, continuously aggravated by racism, overt and institutional.
This overt act was just what was desired by the wily Puritans.
The nobles are rather sullen than overt in their discontent.
That difficulty does not exist here, for the overt act is part of the offence, and must be proved as laid in the indictment.
For if I had challenged him by so much as an overt glance he would have burst bonds.
So in overt action we acquiesce, and build up an imaginary world in, mind.
early 14c., "open to view," from Old French overt (Modern French ouvert), past participle of ovrir "to open," from Latin aperire "to open, uncover," from PIE *ap-wer-yo- from *ap- "off, away" + base *wer- "to cover" (see weir). Cf. Latin operire "to cover," from the same root with PIE prefix *op- "over;" and Lithuanian atveriu "open," uzveriu "shut."