They won a major battle in July, when the adoption was overturned by the Missouri Court of Appeals in Springfield.
Angry people tore a Russian flag down, and overturned vehicles parked outside the embassy.
That indictment was then overturned by a second grand jury that decided not to bring charges against the officer.
At the moment, the count stands at 45 to 5, since Maine overturned its gay-marriage law.
To uphold that right, the Supreme Court overturned the federal law barring slavery from federal territory.
I found her filled with apprehensions, and firmly believing that the present government was to be overturned.
In the scuffle the bench was overturned, and both landed on the floor.
As they struggled to and fro the table was overturned and the vase dashed into a thousand fragments.
She arose so hastily that the music-stool was overturned, and allowed to lie where it fell.
As an answer she could only shout back that a girl in an overturned punt was in far greater danger than she.
early 13c., of a wheel, "to rotate, roll over," from over- + turn (v.). Attested from c.1300 in general transitive sense "to throw over violently;" figurative meaning "to ruin, destroy" is from late 14c. Of judicial decisions, "to reverse," it is attested from 1826. Related: Overturned; overturning.