Prepositions after "overturn"

"overturn by" or "overturn in"?

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In 46% of cases overturn by is used

The Appeal Master's decisions will be binding on the Enrolment Committee, unless overturned by a Court decision.

In contrast, many of these states (including my own) have seen referenda overturned by courts acting outside their jurisdiction.

He has voiced his belief that Roe v Wade should be overturned by a future Supreme Court, so that states can make the decision individually.

Girlanda said he believed that her playing music was a sign that she was confident that the decision would be overturned by appeal judges in Perugia.

It is worrying that Mr Williamson then approved the application, only to have that approval overturned by the (then) Associate Finance Minister Simon Power.

In 26% of cases overturn in is used

McNamara, himself wounded, landed and picked up Rutherford, only to overturn in a gully.

He and his partner saw the legalization of gay marriage and its overturn in his state, CA.

However, the popularity of the drink led these bans to be overturned in 1524 by an order of the Ottoman Turkish Sultan Selim I.

Earlier this morning police also closed the road in Sheviock, South East Cornwall after a car overturned in a single-vehicle accident.

Halsey duly obliged and Fulham were given the chance to go 1-0 up, which they took, a lead which was only overturned in the last ten minutes of the game.

We show evidence that global overturns in trends of temperature anomalies occur on decadal time-scales as part of the natural variability of the climate system.

In 11% of cases overturn on is used

Then Fox appealed, the verdict was overturned on a technicality, and Akre lost her award.

Guardiola always denied doping, claiming he had only ever taken legal nutritional supplements, and eventually had his ban overturned on appeal in 2007.

George also lost the bid to have the judgment overturned on appeal to the Court of Appeal as the appellate court, on January, 21, 2011, affirmed the conviction.

In 6% of cases overturn at is used

The landmark case marks the first time in 75 years that a sitting president's signature domestic achievement could be overturned at the height of his reelection campaign.

Although the court's decision may not currently be in their favour, Bee Lian Lau's judgement is seriously flawed and chances are in can be overturned at the Court of Appeal level.

In 3% of cases overturn despite is used

Or hark back to the death penalty - overturned despite a large proportion of the population wanting to retain it (at the time).

In 3% of cases overturn with is used

An executive order can be overturned with our checks and balance system.

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