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  • That department is contemplating projects to downsize, where appropriate, some of what state Secretary of Transportation Jeffrey B. Mullan has called "over-engineered'' and "structure-intensive solutions'' - elevated or depressed 20th-century highways that were built for more traffic than necessary, without consideration for bicyclists and pedestrians.

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  • The KCD is spending our tax dollars and I want experts in place so we don't have any more wildly expensive, over-engineered or un-proven projects approved.

    Making it Clear to Mayor Mike McGinn « PubliCola

  • This most interesting thing is that the Grand Cherokee is so utterly integrated into itself, so latticed with a sense of over-engineered structure and vested solidity.

    Jeep's Great Big Beast of Solid Grace

  • The half-billion dollar reconstruction of the South Ferry station was marginally more useful, but also over-engineered.

    Henry J. Stern: Four Wheels Bad

  • The Blunt If you go through cheap umbrellas like paper towels, the deliberately over-engineered Blunt from New Zealand offers a less wasteful way to weather the elements.

    Not Gone With the Wind

  • The half-billion dollar reconstruction of the South Ferry station was marginally more useful, but also over-engineered.

    Henry J. Stern: Four Wheels Bad

  • But it isn't like a car, with an over-engineered frame and chassis and all other parts safely replaceable without full disassembly.

    Gerst Does Colbert Report (With Video) - NASA Watch

  • Panerai Luminor Base Logo The watch to withstand all that has to be either incredibly cheap-and-cheerful Casio sells millions of G-Shocks for good reason, or over-engineered and, well, scary.

    What Does Your Watch Say About You?

  • Outsourcing is often over-engineered and overly complicated.

    Getting Back To Outsourcing Basics

  • "It was really over-engineered, and that's why it will remain standing for a long time to come," he says.

    A working life: The Tower Bridge operator

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