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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overtest.

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Examples

  • Of the many ways Americans are overtested and overtreated, imaging is one of the most common and insidious.

    Americans Get Most Radiation From Medical Scans

  • But from Tokyo to Taipei and Singapore, governments are realizing their children are so overstressed and overtested that they are ill equipped for the Information Age, where thinking and creativity hold a premium.

    Learning To Think

  • JESSICA YELLIN, CNN CONGRESSIONAL CORRESPONDENT: She was overtested, marketed, researched, and she was trying to be what people told her she should be instead of being herself.

    CNN Transcript Jun 8, 2008

  • JESSICA YELLIN, CNN CONGRESSIONAL CORRESPONDENT: She was overtested, marketed, researched.

    CNN Transcript Jun 7, 2008

  • "Students are overtested," Lutz says, noting that some who take the old SAT would take the SAT II writing test anyway.

    SURVIVING THE NEW SAT

  • Sama had not received any complaints from patients regarding the allegations, but generally patients would not know if they had been involved, besides being overtested or overinvestigated, Erasmus said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • On the other hand, the British have always excelled in their nautical ability to guard against deficiency in outfit, which was not overtested unless there were sufficient cause to demand such a risk.

    Drake Nelson and Napoleon

  • Too much exposure to radiation is directly linked to cancer, a radiologist called Dr. Steven Birnbaum says that if you have had more than 10 CT scans the risk of cancer is high, he believes that Americans are overtested and overtreated.

    Product Reviews Net

  • Americans overtested, overtreated, experts say cancer screening, too many heart tests, too many cesarean sections.

    WN.com - Articles related to Awareness, Earlier Screening Key to Reducing Colorectal Cancer Deaths, Disparities for African Americans

  • "Of the many ways Americans are overtested and overtreated, imaging is one of the most common and insidious," the AP reported, and one reason for the increase is "malpractice fear."

    Columnist: Stephen Miller

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