overspecifying love

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  • verb Present participle of overspecify.

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Examples

  • This book covers all the 1990's US Mars missions (which is overspecifying, there weren't any 1980's Mars mission and there weren't any non-US missions in that period excepting the failed Russian Mars 96), with a focus on searching for life (which of course dovetails with a component of most/all the missions).

    Archive 2006-09-07

  • This book covers all the 1990's US Mars missions (which is overspecifying, there weren't any 1980's Mars mission and there weren't any non-US missions in that period excepting the failed Russian Mars 96), with a focus on searching for life (which of course dovetails with a component of most/all the missions).

    Voyage to Mars by Laurence Bergreen

  • As such, they require delicate balance, between overspecifying (acting as designer) and underspecifying (not acting as marketer).

    MARKETING AESTHETICS

  • As such, they require delicate balance, between overspecifying (acting as designer) and underspecifying (not acting as marketer).

    MARKETING AESTHETICS

  • As such, they require delicate balance, between overspecifying (acting as designer) and underspecifying (not acting as marketer).

    MARKETING AESTHETICS

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