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  • n. Excessive preparation.


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over- +‎ preparation


  • In order to protect its cities, Australia may do well to err on the side of overpreparation.

    The Cycles Driving Oz's Weather

  • Todd Palin expressed concern that overpreparation forced on his wife was part of the reason she was underperforming.

    As Economic Crisis Peaked, Tide Turned Against McCain

  • Apparently, contrary to initial rumor and obvious impression, Bush's problem in the first debate was not sloth, but overpreparation.

    Archive 2005-06-05

  • Overdo like overpreparation and under supervision could rise the cost in many workplace.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Part of Ali’s overpreparation plan, beyond studying the police procedure textbook, meant that she had also spent hours learning what she could about the Yavapai sheriff’s office.


  • But that overpreparation is the key to success, "said Dr. Raymond Fowler, who is running the emergency clinic in the Dallas Convention Center.

    Hispanic Business Magazine


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