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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overman.

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Examples

  • ` ` They (Tennessee Tech) came in overmanned, but they came in and played strong.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - Tennessee Tech vs. Auburn

  • The Corporation Works were defined as "overmanned", "over-paid" and "feather-bedded", and pared down and in many cases privatised.

    Planète Béranger v3

  • Beijing has been trying somehow to turn its rickety and overmanned steel industry into leverage over international ore prices.

    China Convicts Itself

  • We can, however, reasonably ask questions about issues like whether the T in the Park event was overmanned or, as I tried to yesterday, whether it should even have been covered at all, so soon after Crustyfest.

    T for 324?

  • LAWRENCE: The Navy has already dropped bonuses for overmanned jobs, but Amanda Siren would still do another tour, if she could.

    CNN Transcript Mar 16, 2009

  • And at one level, machinists mates are 389 percent overmanned.

    CNN Transcript Mar 16, 2009

  • Alitalia is grossly overmanned, too much the child of the trade unions, heavily in debt and with outdated planes and support equipment.

    The Sunday Essay: The state of Italy

  • It would not even have constituted what accountants call a rounding error to make a saving of £2.7 billion in a total of that magnitude, yet Mr Brown could not bring himself to sack a few thousand from his overmanned client state, or trim spending elsewhere, like the private sector is being forced to do thanks to his mistakes.

    More anger over the 10p tax con

  • And in the thankless potpourri of an overmanned and under

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Eventually BND roused himself to state that: The UK Post office was overmanned and loss making.

    Archive 2007-04-22

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