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spoil

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outshine

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be greater in significance than

make appear small by comparison

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BEIRUT: The balance of payments recorded a deficit of $916 million in the first four months of 2012 as Lebanon's hefty trade deficit continued to overshadow weakening capital inflows amid regional political turmoil.
Government insiders say Charles' fears have been echoed in Downing Street which believes the interest in the good-looking duo could overshadow coverage of other royal events such as the Queen's Diamond Jubilee next year.
It would overshadow anything the Queen would say and relegate the state opening to being a ceremonial occasion.
CHILDREN caught up in war and conflict around the world are facing further suffering as the crisis in Iraq overshadows their plight, a leading charity warned today.
Cllr Rob Windsor (Socialist, St Michael's) has warned that a planned student development on a two-acre derelict site behind Lower Ford Street, Hillfields, Coventry, will worsen parking problems and overshadow homes.
Advertising agencies fell victim to the tech boom by allowing the euphoria of a client surplus to overshadow prudent client vetting, says Mark DiMassimo, CEO of DiMassimo Brand Advertising in New York.
Similarly, Ledeen's opinions of Machiavelli's philosophy sometimes overshadow the principles themselves.
Easter Monday at Shine sees Schmutz and Space Dimension Controller - both from Belfast - set to overshadow legends Green Velvet and Jackmaster.
You may recall that in yesterday's Daily Post Ben expressed the view that these honorary degrees served to overshadow the achievements of the hard-working students on graduation day.
They fear the development will overshadow their homes and steal their privacy.
Neighbours in the adjoining semi believed the extension would overshadow their garden and cut down the amount of sunshine.
The ancestral God gave Moses a more personal name, the name of a deity who,intended to come from distant celestial heights to the mud pits of Egypt, lead a clan of slaves through the wilderness, and overshadow their tent of meeting in the evening.
The problem lies with Perry's heavy-handed attempts to psychoanalyze Malcolm X, which overshadow any attempt to bring new insight to the inner struggles of the militant Muslim leader.
Use of WLAN in the home is fast becoming the medium of choice, but it does not overshadow Ethernet in all countries.
Charles fears the couple's glamorous image will now overshadow the worthy work of other senior royals.