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Overlooks recognition, not once, but two years in a row, as one of Americas 100 Best Hospitals is a clear indicator to our patients, their families and our community that Overlook is where to turn to for high quality, compassionate care, said Alan Lieber, president of Overlook Medical Center.
The Chase, completed in early 2014, is currently more than 96 percent leased and is the most recent completion in Roseland's Overlook Ridge community.
The Chase, completed in early 2014, is currently more than 96 % leased and is the most recent completion in Roseland's Overlook Ridge community.
We're welcoming local businesses and groups to join us for this special gathering to celebrate the season and promote the uniqueness and flavor of the greater community we share,'' said Sandy O'Shea, director of sales and marketing for The Overlook.
3 : to pay no attention to : ignore <I'll overlook the mistake this time.
Because Reichert takes a derivative view of rights and overlooks their moral and political basis, she skirts this crucial issue in current social work theorising.
It was almost enough to make one overlook a choreographic collaboration in which dramatically unmotivated ensembles seemed to erupt every time six corps dancers gathered on stage.
Each unit will come with a balcony that will overlook the La Verandrye Parkway, which is under expansion at the present time.
One can't even speak of his subjects as overlooked corners of the city, since in most of the images there is nothing to overlook.
In a process that should be exhaustively thorough, they take shortcuts that create "decision traps" that lead them to ignore, overlook or rationalize key information.