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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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Not all Western policymakers and analysts consider these interests to be the most important; the primary divergence from this view sees supporting Israel as an overridingly important end in itself.
What is most intriguing about the acceleration in prestige beauty performance is the degree to which it stands in stark contrast to the overridingly lackluster consumer outlook.
The declaration of the day as the Students Day, however, is overridingly in remembrance of several students martyred in 1978 while taking part in a protest against the Shah.
The tone of Kelman's tome, 6-1 with Hills, is overridingly bleak.
Considering these facts, the West, if it is to recapture the high ground in the economic stakes, has to supplant its political thinking with innovative thinking likewise from its engineers, scientists and overridingly its independent innovators (the capture of the people's creative ideas).
In this opera (as in all operas) the music is central and overridingly responsible for whatever sustaining power the opera has.
are important, but the overridingly important resources of an economy are its people.
But looking at their actions once in power; the ethnic homogeneity of its ruling elite, and the history which gave rise to the movement, leads one to an overridingly strong case that the Taliban is actually a secessionist insurgency which has cloaked itself in the traditionalist mantel for very practical reasons.