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over

Cricket
a. a series of six balls bowled by a bowler from the same end of the pitch
b. the play during this

over

[′ō·vər]
(ordnance)
A bomb or projectile hit beyond or past the target.

over

In air traffic control terminology, it means, “My transmission has ended. I expect a response from you.”
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For Overing, the reported speech and gestures produced by Hildeburh expose the nonsignification of women in the heroic world (Overing 1990: 82).
In present day speech, these are those people who are 'under- privileged', who suffer 'displacement' and 'social exclusion' (Rapport and Overing, 2007: 197).
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Salmond, Anne (1985), "Maori Epistemologies," in Joanna Overing (ed.
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A study of 69 agreements n the quarter to October, overing almost two million workers, revealed that most employers gave increases of between two per cent and hree per cent.
Overing, eds, A Place to Believe In: Locating Medieval Landscapes (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006); Regine Le Jan, Klaus Kronert, and Fabrice Guizard-Duchamp, eds, Constructions de l'espace au moyen age: pratiques et representations (Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2007).
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Overing (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006), 136.
Sabemos que la idea de pluralidad cultural versus la idea de cultura en singular se desarrollo en el pensamiento europeo del siglo dieciocho (Rapport y Overing, 2000:92).
On the level of personal and collective identity, they define and reinforce the subject's identity, guarantee an inter-group homogeneity and solidarity, and in the end produce a feeling of security for both the individual and society (Rapport and Overing 2000:346).
Asi, la sociedad y la socialidad no se reducen a lo domestico ni se orientan al "nosotros", como en la vision de Overing, sino que se expanden a los demas seres del cosmos y se orientan a los "otros".