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  • Other producers say there are problems with "oversizing" motors.

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  • Because of its lower price, high-fructose corn syrup may also be partially responsible for the oversizing of bottled soda and packaged baked goods.

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  • The city could use the assistance of a lobbyist to receive appropriations with a number of projects including: $6.6 million for Wasilla Water Utility Improvements, two 12-inch wells, well pump houses, 3-million-gallon reservoir and transmission mains; $3.2 million Urban Storm Retention and Lake Water Quality Improvements, three lift stations, oversizing for pipes (Parks Hwy), side road connections; and $90K for various Wasilla Police Department safety equipment, communication needs and weapons.

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  • That is, if you've recently written a review criticizing an artist for, say, pompously oversizing his work, you might start downsizing your own, because you don't want to be a hypocrite.

    The Other Side Of The Opening

  • Overstarching or oversizing may be used to conceal inferior goods.


  • He hoped the combination of deeply buried drain lines and the outfall covering-and oversizing-would be enough to get them through the winter.

    Fall of Angels

  • In order to compensate for fluctuations a 10% oversizing of the biogas plant is recommended.

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  • A slight oversizing of the engine is useful as during operation the piping may gradually become clogged by deposits.

    7. Planning a biogas engine system

  • In cases of doubt a 10% oversizing of the gas nozzle diameter is allowable.

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  • He also used oversizing: Models had collars up to their ears.

    Fore, right!


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