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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overbuild.


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  • You're going to sleep better at night, and there's no real need to be in it when it goes through its inevitable overbuilds, and then pullbacks, and overbuilds, and pullback.

    Transcript: 2010 Outlook

  • Number three, while al Qaeda rebuilds or overbuilds (ph), our military is drawn to a breaking point.

    CNN Transcript Jul 12, 2007

  • We have done 2 subsequent overbuilds with subsequent generations all based on the PIC 100 on a national scale.

  • "We had been bearish on NVDA since May 2011 based on our expectations that discrete GPU revenues would decline due to lower attach rates and that Tegra revenues would stagnate due to non-Apple tablet overbuilds," he writes.

  • This could happen if Pinnacle overbuilds capacity in any one area, or if more and more gaming licenses being issued by the states result in more competing properties and therefore less of the gaming pie is available for each company. Home Page

  • And it takes a little while for folks to realize that the -- if everybody overbuilds then there's going to be pressure and then there is going to be -- you know, our customers are smart people.

    Western Digital CEO Discusses Q1 2011 Results - Earnings Call Transcript -- Seeking Alpha

  • Insufficient Open Space and Landscaping: This developer's plan overbuilds this property to the degree that they provide less than 1/3 of the amount of open space required by the Code of Norfolk.

    VIVIAN J. PAIGE | All Politics is Local

  • Arthur Brook's letter of March 5 is an accurate portrayal of DOT's modus operandi, its all knowing arrogance, and, dare I say it, its miraculous ability to get all / most of our elected officials onboard with its massive overbuilds that destroy neighborhoods and natural beauty and historical and picturesque buildings which make living here desirable.

    Macon Telegraph: Homepage

  • The apparent lack of capping plans so far where effective competition is present (e.g. FiOS overbuilds) would seem to be about as obvious of a smoking gun as Lt. Columbo himself would ever wish to see.

    Lauren Weinstein's Blog

  • The bold move potentially overbuilds and marginalises all existing PSTN and current fibre investment, Nelson said.


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