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  • v. Present participle of overcharge.

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Examples

  • Ni-MH is a lot less resistant to overcharging, which is why you more or less must use a smart charger, and thus one of the reasons for less 'memory' problems.

    Top 10 Battery Hacks, Tips, And Tricks | Lifehacker Australia

  • For most of them, the settlement agent who did the overcharging was their own lawyer.

    Law.com - Newswire

  • Unfortunately, unless you monitor the charger, this can lead to overcharging, which is bad for rechargeable batteries.

    Kit Up

  • Transport Minister Steven Joyce said the overcharging was the result of Avsec underestimating what it would collect during the recession.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • He said Khumalo was told his newspaper had been "overcharging" in violation of a decree by Mugabe in June that forced private and state businesses to cut their prices by at least half, in an attempt to control runaway hyperinflation, currently at 8,000 per cent a year.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Thousands of businesspeople were arrested for "overcharging" while hordes of people, led by police, soldiers, state intelligence agents and price inspectors themselves, looted goods at officially enforced rock bottom prices.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It would be like inflicting burdensome oversight on Halliburton's serial "overcharging" of American taxpayers during wartime.

    Archive 2004-07-01

  • The official said the city treasurer's department had put together a team to look into other outstanding queries, such as overcharging for water.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The effort will target practices such as overcharging for services, charging for medical care that was never delivered, giving kickbacks to doctors who refer their patients to certain clinics or pharmacies, and delivering unnecessary services.

    The Health Plan Chapter 6 Savings

  • There are investment risks, however, as the company was apparently caught red-handed by a government watchdog, the Commission on Audit (COA), for "overcharging" its customers by a total of almost 7 billion pesos in 2004 and 2007.

    Asia Times Online

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