from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Above or upon in position: overpass; overcoat.
- Superior in rank or importance: overlord.
- To an inverted or reverse position: overturn.
- Excessively: overcharge.
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- above, or higher
This refers to the over- or underactivity of cortisol.
You probably already have an idea of whether you're over- or under-weight, but this number makes it official.
Growth in the number of billionaires in India, an over-$1 trillion economy, has in recent times led to a spurt in demand for premium and luxury vehicles.
Caveat: The survey's response rate was relatively low, at 55%, and could have led to some demographics being over- or underrepresented.
This plotline managed simultaneously to show his vulnerability, knock on the head the alleged Holmes/Watson "homoerotic" over- or undertones, ratchet up dramatic tension to those degrees at which knuckles grow livid which as Sherlock might tell you means scary-pale white, not red and, best of all, was on in the week after Christmas, which meant you were back home and thus didn't have to have your gran asking, repeatedly: "Which one's the baddie?"
There are other companies that are constantly hindered by government regulation - over- or under-regulation - or the many obstacles and challenges that are faced on the continent, he said.
Dr. Adson: The kinds of women who become burned out from self- neglect and over- emphasis on caring for others are good, well-meaning, kind, caring, and competent women who believe they are doing the right thing but in essence are allowing others to decide what the right thing is in caring for the happiness of other people.
A bank working the over-$20M lending layer of the Los Angeles market may show poorly on small lending because it is serving a different vital aspect of the economy.
In 2007 the over-$200,000 crowd had one-third of reported U.S. taxable income.
A: I have a nutritionist, and I'm using a food-delivery service until after I get done with the race to keep my calories controlled well, so I don't over- or under-eat.