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override

[′ō·və‚rīd]
(control systems)
To cancel the influence of an automatic control by means of a manual control.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Fifteen of his total vetoes were overridden last year while just three AV's were overridden.
will result if the stay is not overridden, then the 'benefit'
The method by which the override is achieved in BACnet is different based on the type of object that is being overridden.
The Out_ Of_Service property is reflected in the object's status flags so it is easy for the OWS to know and display that the object has been manually overridden.
Using examples from employment discrimination, an area of the law where Congress frequently overrides Supreme Court decisions, this Article demonstrates that the Supreme Court and lower courts often narrowly construe the significance of congressional overrides and instead rely on the prior judicial interpretation of statutes as expressed in overridden precedents.
(145) In due course, the Florida Supreme Court will likely encounter another case in which the defendant's life sentence has been overridden, but where the issue of a prior conviction is absent.
Operating personnel can corroborate representations made by others or provide a different perspective on how things "really work." For example, accounting department personnel may be able to provide you with the recommended control procedures relating to the safeguarding of inventory, but operational personnel can tell you how the control procedures are applied in practice and when, if ever, those controls are overridden or circumvented.
Local officials had warned they would have to cut services such as police and fire protection and parks programs if the veto wasn't overridden.
It is essential that such a lock can be overridden in the event of an emergency.
law that a treaty can be overridden by a subsequently enacted law.
Input screens resemble the actual federal tax forms and each line item has a colored symbol next to it: Depending on the symbol and its color, the user knows whether the information on the line is independent of all other items, whether the data come from another form or schedule, whether the field can be overridden, whether a separate schedule needs to be created and so forth.