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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overpredict.
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The positive ring width/temperature relationship has weakened such that a pre-1965 linear model systematically overpredicts tree ring widths from 1965 to 1999.
In short, the SAT overpredicts the college performance of male high school students while the potential of high school females is underestimated and devalued.
The current dark matter theory, she said, "is very successful at recovering the large-scale distribution of galaxies, but when you look on sub-galactic scales, it far overpredicts the number of dwarf galaxies relative to what we actually observe".
5. Yes, the results in #186 are in accord with the dispersion relation that overpredicts hydrostatic growth rates at smaller scales, but limits them for nonhydrostatic models.