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Override

An arrangement whereby commissions are made by sales managers based upon the sales made by their subordinate sales representatives. A term found in an agreement between a real estate agent and a property owner whereby the agent keeps the right to receive a commission for the sale of the property for a reasonable time after the agreement expires if the sale is made to a purchaser with whom the agent negotiated prior to the expiration of the agreement.

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There will then be a few more days in which Obama can veto the legislation and some additional days in which to hold the override votes.
Figure 1 takes all members of the House who switched their votes between final passage and the veto override during the time period of 1973 to 2011 and displays the relative percentage of members who come from each ideological quintile.
An equal percentage of members from the veto pivot quintile and the extreme opponents quintile change their votes to join the president's legislative coalition on the override attempt.
override decision--and those that are "off-limits"--i.e.,
alternatives to the override exist that would adequately address the
A Mazda official said, ''Although our vehicles have not experienced incidents of wild acceleration, which can be prevented with a brake override system, we have decided to add the systems to our cars to further enhance their safety features in the future.''
An official at another major carmaker said, ''The industry tide has turned all of a sudden in light of Toyota's woes, although we had not previously devised any plans to introduce the override systems.''
Another operator expectation of manual override is timed-override.
Manual overrides are a simple task for the operator, but a BACnet system masks underlying complexity.
The failed veto override in the House came after the Senate struggled all day to muster the votes to override Kulongoski's veto.
David Nelson, R-Pendleton, was one of six Republicans who switched from opposing to supporting the override. Nelson said some Republicans agreed to go with majority Democrats in overriding the veto in part because of the majority party's assurances that certain legislative priorities of GOP members - including fish hatchery improvements and a bill increasing sentencing for anyone who murders a pregnant woman - would pass the Senate.
Some interpret overrides as fully supplanting the precedent case, an understanding that is often suggested by legislative history associated with the override.