overmany

overmany

(ˌəʊvəˈmɛnɪ)
n
an excess of people
adj
too many
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However, his wife Nadia, 25, who has developed her skills as a baker and cake decorator overmany years, will also make some of the desserts.
The Shadow Welsh Office minister, pictured, who has fished for trout, sewin and salmon overmany years, has been holding a series of meetings to look at exploiting the great potential of the rivers Taff, Rhondda, Ely and their tributaries.
He said: "I am passionate about council housing and sadly we have moved away from that overmany years.
The defeat extended the Dragons winless run to five matches and left them six points off the play-off places, but with two games in hand overmany of their rivals.
However, the cargo area on both iswide enough to take a standard pallet, an advantage overmany rivals.
He leaves with our sincere thanks for his service overmany years, both on and off the field, and we wish him all the best.
by Tudor Gates - Overmany years John Terry has built himself a career as a stage actor and writer of popular plays.
He therefore advises fathers to appoint a wise and honest guardian for their sons, lest the youths "run headlong into overmany jeopardies, as Ulysses had done many times if Pallas had nor always governed him, if he had not used to stop his ears with wax, to bind himself to the mast of his ship" (62-63).
The council's rural partnership has secured the funding but a lot of work has been needed overmany years so all technical and other issues could be resolved.
Access is just along paths worn by members of the public overmany years," Mr Edwards said.
But Maj Steveney countered: "Even if Lord Zetland's promise that the money will be available by the end of the year proves correct - and we have heard similar assurances time after time overmany years - it would be a tragedy if the most important leisure facility in the area was lost for what amounts to little more than a pittance.