1 Permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have a veto over any proposal.
2 President Bush says he will veto any bill that sets a timetable for a troop pullout.
3 The board can exercise its veto to prevent the decision.
4 The Ministry of Defence has the power of veto over all British arms exports.
5 John KitzEaber, a Democrat, also threatened to veto any measure that eliminated the certificates.
6 The Senate voted to override the President's veto of the proposed measures.
7 The Senate had a sufficient majority to override the presidential veto.
8 The president vetoed the bill, and the Senate failed by a single vote to override his veto.
9 The Senate voted to override the president's veto.
10 They avoid using the veto power, but that is clearly all they are willing to accept.