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- n. Plural form of overuser.
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Verizon, meanwhile, offers only one, unlimited data plan for $29.99 though it reserves the right to brake the access of customers it considers overusers.
As rent is recycled from overusers of the commons to underusers, income is shifted from rich to poor.
Thanks to per capita dividends, income is recycled from overusers of key ecosystems to underusers, creating both incentives to conserve and greater equity.
In this way, nations could pollute at different levels, with overusers of the atmosphere paying underusers for the privilege.
In the U.S., fewer than one in 10 overusers of alcohol gets treatment, the
And since the overusers can't pay for their care, emergency care costs more for all of us.
But won't cap-and-trade accomplish the same thing by punishing overusers and rewarding those who find efficiencies?