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Manka Dhingra, the Democratic candidate, has led in the polls by a comfortable but not overwhelming margin.
That requires blocking the overwhelming glare of the star.
Caseworkers, meanwhile, are often poorly trained, underpaid and burdened with overwhelming caseloads.
The Jayhawks play host to rival Kansas State next week and winless Baylor the week after, representing the two contests left where KU won’t have an overwhelming talent disadvantage.
Protesters from around the state, an overwhelming amount of them ready to speak against Spencer’s racist rhetoric, have planned rallies throughout the day Thursday.
In 1988, Kentuckians overwhelming voted for an amendment to the Constitution to allow a state lottery that has helped fund educational scholarships.
For many homeowners, there's a certain level of apprehension associated with the task, which can feel overwhelming when faced with what could be many years of accumulation of belongings.
Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming..... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 26, 2017 ....victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.
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