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  • v. To provide with excessive service.


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over- +‎ service


  • It has been suggested that company lawyers performed an “overservice” for their clients.

    A History of American Law

  • Such considerations had hampered cost containment, Buch said, such as fee-for-service payments that created the incentive to overservice.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Vt. police say man accused of driving drunk left evidence on car trunk: A glass of beer Man calls 911 to report he's robbing a bank, gets no money but insists on being arrested Obama: Shooting of 5 New Jersey police officers reminder of sacrifices they face Reference to harsh treatment prompts censor to cut down at Guantanamo hearing in Sept. 11 case Judges in Washington state restore $14 million award in bar's 'overservice' of drunk driver Iowa police arrest man accused of defecating on a sidewalk and smearing feces on a building

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