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overapplication

Definitions

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  • noun The act of overapplying.

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Examples

  • Punishment fits the crime for punishment fits the crime proctor's overapplication.

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  • Punishment fits the crime for punishment fits the crime proctor's overapplication.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Borderlands 02 - Stephen Dedman

  • But as Frasca, Mateas, and I have argued, the real disagreeent seems to be one between ludology and narrativism, or the overapplication of story to games.

    Against Exceptionalism: A New Approach to Games

  • The purpose of the N-Trak system was to reduce the overapplication of nitrogen fertilizer in cornfields, saving money for the farmer and reducing nitrogen runoff and the resulting environmental problems.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • The purpose of the N-Trak system was to reduce the overapplication of nitrogen fertilizer in cornfields, saving money for the farmer and reducing nitrogen runoff and the resulting environmental problems.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • "Certainly the overapplication of pesticides is one of them."

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  • And when there's severe pressure to maximize yields, such as that faced by U.S. corn farmers, heavy overapplication becomes a matter of survival.

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  • While computerized systems seek to reduce the overapplication or misuse of care, they do little to prompt greater and more widespread health-care practices that are known to be effective.

    Extreme Wisdom

  • While computerized systems seek to reduce the overapplication or misuse of care, they do little to prompt greater and more widespread health-care practices that are known to be effective.

    Extreme Wisdom

  • Not to forget, but #3, Nazi Pelosi has clearly damaged her frontal lobes through overapplication of botox.

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