Romney has said during the presidential campaign that he would not try to overturn the repeal of DADT.
Studies that build on the established body of evidence are more likely to be true than ones that appear to overturn it.
Or the court could overturn Prop 8, guaranteeing gay couples the right to marry in California.
Bork's textualism was also not likely to overturn a ton of democratically created laws.
They are looking for their Roe v. Wade of same-sex marriage to overturn laws across the country in one fell swoop.
Coincident with the overturn came the dismissal of Bismarck and the elevation to the chancellorship of General von Caprivi.
His friendship is seldom so stedfast, but that lust, drink, or anger may overturn it.
Democracy has on one side to assimilate aristocracy, and not overturn it.
They cannot be controverted; nothing can overturn them, or modify them, or set them aside.
Hypothesis may succeed hypothesis; system may destroy system: a new set of ideas may overturn the ideas of a former day.
early 13c., of a wheel, "to rotate, roll over," from over- + turn (v.). Attested from c.1300 in general transitive sense "to throw over violently;" figurative meaning "to ruin, destroy" is from late 14c. Of judicial decisions, "to reverse," it is attested from 1826. Related: Overturned; overturning.