Related to Overmore: moreover


adv.1.Beyond; moreover.
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What Maisie Knew (1897) by Henry James, warns of the beautiful and socially-mobile governess through the figure of Miss Overmore, who is hired as a governess for Maisie, and marries Maisie's divorced father.
Overmore, we denote [p.sub.u]([x.sub.1],...,[x.sub.n]) the configuration obtained by modifying [p.sub.u] as follows:
Keepmoat has delivered and handed overmore than 34,000 homes in the past 12 months - equating to one home handed over every three minutes.
Newtown teenagers James of Melbourne Avenue, Lynch of Lount Walk, Gustave of Frankfort Street, Hall of Guest Grove, Miller of New Croft, Lozells, Watson of Seals Green, Kings Norton, and Meikle of Overmore Close, Lozells, must abide by the order for the next three years.
They were joined by Lewis Lynch of Lount Walk, Luke Gustave of Frankfort Street, Nijah Miller of New Croft, Joshua Watson of Seals Green, Kings Norton, all aged 19, and 17-year-old Tyrell Miekle of Overmore Close, Lozells.
And tawht hem so, that overmore Sche hath them in such wise daunted, That thei were, as who seith, enchaunted.
By keeping her father and Miss Overmore "perfectly proper," Maisie not only provides them with a locus standi or "leg to stand on before the law" but permits James' narrative itself to "stand beautifully on its feet" (pp.
The young queen will fly out of the hive to mate only once with 12 to 18 drones, then she'll spurn them overmore. Each winter, in a sort of housecleaning ritual.
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