overhigh

overhigh

(ˌəʊvəˈhaɪ)
adj
too high
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Moreover, the difficulties in controlling agricultural NPS pollution are exacerbated due to its some characteristics, such as diversities of discharge sources, disparity of spatial and temporal distribution, complexity of generation mechanism, uncertainty on load estimation, and unpopularity caused by overhigh control cost [1, 2].
Because the high bin is mapped by at least one bin in the original image histogram, overhigh bins are rare.
tau] + 1 and [phi] are the thresholds chosen to eliminate the numbers of continuous gap bins and the height of overhigh bins to reduce the disturbance of bins far from uniform distribution.
For the modified membrane with an overhigh grafting density of polyampholyte hydrogel layer, although the surface hydrophilicity is accordingly good, the crowded layers will result in the decrease of membrane effective pore size and the reduction of the water flux.
vegetable oil into a large, w de pot Insert a deepfry thermometer andiheat overhigh heat to 375[degrees], then reduce heat to medium to maintain temperature.
In contrast, Thompson would first point out that unfettered individuals, even natural monopolists, by ignoring other individual's returns from the parcel as a common, see an overhigh net private return to creating a private title to the land.