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overriding

(programming)
Redefining in a child class a method or function member defined in a parent class.

Not to be confused with "overloading".
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Of course, to the extent that Congress consciously chooses to enact a narrow override that is simply an exception to the general rule established by a judicial interpretation, it could do so by partially codifying and partially overriding a holding.
If no Member seeks recognition after the message is read, the Speaker will put the question of overriding the veto before the House by stating:
Tran, Death by Judicial Overkill: The Unconstitutionality of Overriding Jury Recommendations Against the Death Penalty, 30 LOY.
Executives can perpetrate financial reporting frauds by overriding established control procedures and recording unauthorized or inappropriate journal entries or other postclosing modifications (for example, consolidating adjustments or reclassifications).
Because overriding the filter is a time-consuming task, addressing the deficiencies in the filtering technology is a job that has been shifted to an already over-worked school staff.
Fear: the overriding reason for action or inaction.
In effect, the taxpayer was allowed to freeze the low-cost bulk purchase as beginning inventory and deduct the costs of subsequently produced goods, thereby serving "the overriding purpose of the LIFO regulations, which is to match current costs against current income.
But last week, Congress passed the bill into law by overriding the veto.
Among other things, the Lawsuit relates to the status of a certain net overriding royalty interest owned by the Mesa Offshore Royalty Partnership (the "Partnership"), a partnership in which the Trust owns a 99.
But this is way short of the 192 members needed to get the necessary two-thirds vote in the House, which was the first step in overriding a president's veto.
I don't like to sign off on overriding concerns,'' said Councilwoman Jan Heidt, who wants to see more details in the agreement.