overrider

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overrider

(ˈəʊvəˌraɪdə)
n
(Automotive Engineering) either of two metal or rubber attachments fitted to the bumper of a motor vehicle to prevent the bumpers interlocking with those of another vehicle
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Enterprise, Althoff and the other overriders didn't have the supermajority votes they needed.
As discussed below, explanations offered by most overriders do not illuminate processes of judgment and do not explain why these defendants are sentenced to death.
As we show, overriders often rely on the metaphysical power of pain and suffering to authorize their decisions.
At the same time overriders fitted to bumpers for the same reason were made illegal on new production models.
Although manufacturers say that only one-third of their international customers currently negotiate trade terms centrally or with strong central involvement, headquarters are increasingly making decisions on private labels, overriders, [2] and category management (Exhibit 2).
Source: M + M Eurodata; LSA; Le Monde; ACNielsen, 1999; Hoovers; The Food Institute, Food Review, 1999 How global retailers decide: Manufacturers' view Percent of responses Primarily a Both local and Primarily a central decision central decision local decision Private labels 47 20 33 Overriders [1] 31 31 38 Electronic commerce 25 17 58 ECR, [2] category management 22 28 50 Supply chain management 22 17 61 Trade promotions 17 28 55 Merchandising 12 18 70 CRM [3] 11 39 50 Trade terms 11 22 67 Pricing 6 38 56 Consumer promotions 6 12 82 Listings and new product 0 23 77 introductions (1.)High-level, volume-related, corporate year-end bonuses.
In such cases the externalist speaks of overriders and defeaters.
Seven categories of costs were identified in the CAP project: trading discounts; cost of producing; overriders; account-specific promotional costs; cost of distributing; cost of financing; and account-specific selling and support costs.
129), add overriders of prima facie rationality as required, and recognize significant forms of self-support (in spite of their principled circularity).
The bumpers are also new, having been given strengthened protective overriders.
Building on ideas from Reid and Wittgenstein, he conceives of a doxastic practice as a way of forming beliefs and epistemically evaluating them in terms of a background system of beliefs that furnish potential overriders or defeaters.