blow past

blow past

To blow out despite a safeguard. "The server blew past the 5K reserve buffer."
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Australian Nick Kyrgios blasted 15 aces to blow past Japan's Yoshihito Nishioka 6-2 7-5 on Thursday and reach the quarterfinals at the Citi Open in Washington, D.C.
HD Spikers blow past Realtors !-- -- John Bryan Ulanday (The Philippine Star) - July 21, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Cignal added to the piling woes of slumping Sta.
At the White House, the president suggested that the talks might blow past his March deadline, and he cast doubt on the extent of an eventual agreement.
The S-1 stream is expected to blow past Earth at a speed of 500km/s, or roughly 1500 times the speed of sound or 1/1000th the speed of light.
'We're going to blow past our own record of $72 million; this fight is massive,' Ellerbe said.
While the $120,000 tally allowed Lujan to blow past Democratic challenger Tomas Uresti in fundraising, Uresti was heading into the final week before Election Day with more cash on hand, approximately $17,000 to Lujan's $10,000.
He'd blow past the five-year $152.6 million deal the Memphis Grizzlies gave point guard Mike Conley earlier this summer as the richest deal in league history in terms of total dollars.
"When opponents do that they can fire off 18 points in a row and blow past you.
The footage showed the semi blow past the stopped bus on the right side--lights flashing and stop arm down--and continued along the highway.
This, even as Poe and Roxas have managed to blow past erstwhile survey leader Binay in voter preference ratings since last June.
That sent the Kings on their way to a 7-0 run to blow past and to the win.
Carry a heavy power tool and a few hand tools and you'll blow past a Type II.