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1. Fears for the President's safety could overshadow his peace-making mission.
2. Her interest in politics began to overshadow her desire to be a poet.
3. Large oak trees overshadow the garden.
4. For many people, this practical issue will overshadow the refinements of scientific investigation, but this would be a pity.
5. But such hopes should not overshadow any time alone to the extent that they lead to depression and lack of self appreciation.
6. In some organizations bureaucracy and politics overshadow constructive logic.
7. We have let our particular personality overshadow who we are in Jesus Christ.
8. Economic political things overshadow even common sense occasionally.
9. Negatively, American entertainment media overshadow the popular culture of many nations.
10. The current AIDS pandemic tends to overshadow the continuing threat of other sexually transmitted infections.
11. Overshadow treatment before defoliation could reduce GA3 content slightly, but its effect on ABA content was little.
12. But Friday's jobs data could overshadow the rest of the week's numbers.
13. Her new book will overshadow all her earlier ones.
14. In the other three novels frothy dialogue and sparkling wit tend to overshadow the deeper philosophical issues at stake.
15. It is easy to let this feeling of tragedy overshadow his story, but that would be wrong.
16. The seduction of study and playful analysis must not be allowed to overshadow genuine project objectives.
17. Any struggle rooted in politicized and grass-roots mobilization is bound to overshadow even the most earnest efforts of politically inhibited endeavors.
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18. This failure is a reason one man who once asked him for advice came to overshadow Robinson on his own turf.
19. Geography, the combatants ' compulsive secrecy, and the subsequent outbreak of World War II in September 1939 all combined to overshadow the most massive use of tanks theretofore recorded.
20. The attention bestowed on the leaker can at times overshadow the value of the news that has been leaked.
21. Media focus on the Province's death tally has tended to overshadow other statistics of Northern Ireland.
22. If he is surrounded by mountainous circumstances, an Achillean shore, (6) whose peaks overshadow and are reflected in his bosom, they suggest a corresponding depth in him.
23. Contemporary capitalism is a system in which the negative elements now overshadow the positive.
24. The restrained language, and the apparent diplomatic get-out, could reflect China's concern that the North Korean crisis will overshadow a planned trip to Washington in January by President Hu Jintao.
25. The researchers think that this occurred about a century ago, just when commercial agriculture was replacing subsistence farming and maize started to overshadow indigenous crops in Africa.
26. Angel: The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow thee: therefore also that holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God.
27. If he is surrounded by mountainous circumstances, an Achillean shore, whose peaks overshadow and are reflected in his bosom, they suggest a corresponding depth in him.
28. There is a cloud on the horizon that may overshadow the talks.
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