42) Nevertheless, his heavy emphasis on this new progress reads like a case of overcorrection
, especially given how he also shows (in a shorter section) how racialized workers bore the brunt of neoliberal policies.
Hed watch for the overcorrection
next ball then play off the back foot, often finding runs square on the off side.
A midurethral "speed bump," or elevation at the midpoint, with either catheterization or the scope is consistent with overcorrection
But her attitudinal course correction seems like an overcorrection
In IOL surgery, the accuracy of today's biometers and sophisticated IOL calculation formulae mean that significant under or overcorrection
of the spherical element is uncommon.
7-percent calculated risk in a theoretical overcorrection
Emily Yoffe's controversial blockbuster in Slate, "The College Rape Overcorrection
,'' is a brave and useful volley in that debate.
The banking industry has seen an overcorrection
by regulators in response to the recent rash of bank failures," he said.
The suture is tied down and secured in the expected superior and lateral trajectory and distance with a slight overcorrection
in order to elevate the oral commissure and nasolabial fold.
media's misperception leads to an overcorrection
of the problem.
Owing to the obvious shortfalls projected, students around the globe are scrambling to get on the STEM bandwagon which also marks an overcorrection
that is likely to cause imbalance in the coming generations.
This overreaction leads to an overcorrection
, resulting in a significant price swing in the opposite direction.