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  • v. Present participle of overheat.

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  • n. excessive heating

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Examples

  • Our firm has been researching a potential class action case against Dell, Inc. regarding an alleged defect resulting in overheating of laptop computers during normal use.

    Dear Mr. Dell « BuzzMachine

  • Tokyo stocks fell for the first time in six trading days Thursday as investors moved to lock in gains amid a short-term overheating of the market.

    FXstreet.com

  • In terms of the realities of the nature of the capitalist economy, whenever the bourgeois economists talk about overheating it's a code word for a distasteful, dangerous, if not catastrophic development.

    Workers World news online

  • Hydraulic fluid spilled everywhere, it’s plumbing obviously ruptured internally having no doubt resulted in overheating or loss of motor control.

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  • The overheating is caused by a malfunction in the computers’ internal temperature-management system.

    5 Recalled Products: Week of June 26-July 2, 2010 | myFiveBest

  • Even though it doesn’t have a catchy nickname like RROD, overheating is another serious issue facing 360 owners.

    Flixnjoystix.com! » 2008 » April

  • Toshiba recalls overheating and melting Satellite T-series notebooks

    Betanews

  • Acer recalls overheating Aspire notebooks Certain models affected by faulty microphone cable What PC? helping you purchase the right computer, digital camera, peripherals, gadgets and more PCW Inter@ctive A reader blog from PCW.

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  • The overheating is a big deal only if you plan on doing transfers around the clock: for more casual one-or-two tapes a day use, its perfectly fine.

    VideoHelp.com Forum

  • Debt concerns in Europe, combined with the risk that some emerging market economies may be "overheating," are cause for worry, the fund said.

    IMF Urges U.S. to Take Fiscal Steps to Cut Deficit

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