I tried to regain control by overcorrecting
and slamming on the brakes.
But things are changing, and perhaps overcorrecting
. Of the Muslim Girl website's " 18 Muslim women to watch in 2018 ", the majority are in hijab.
When there is more focus on creating events and classrooms dividing children based on abilities, we are overcorrecting
the problem that we had 60 years ago that involved hiding and institutionalizing children based on society's labels.
He also said that there's a desire among educators to not "throw the baby out with the bathwater" or risk overcorrecting
She has seen, over and over, that overcorrecting
can be self-defeating for her and parlous to the nation, but she keeps doing it.
Likewise, Tony Shepherd, head of the Commission on Audit, pointed out that by overcorrecting
the situation - the expected $30 billion fiscal deficit for the incoming year - the measure could negatively affect business and consumer confidence.
A YOUNG bowler died in a head-on crash after 'overcorrecting
' to prevent his car from sliding, an inquest heard yesterday.
Robert Golinski, prosecuting, said a taxi driver who was driving on the road at the time saw the defendant's car swerve across two lanes before overcorrecting
to avoid crashing into the car in front and hitting Mrs Favager's bike, killing her instantly.
If a machine is constantly overcorrecting
-50[micro]m one way for one print and then 50[micro]m the other way for the next - then the printer is never settled and the process somewhat out of control.
For some reason, people who aren't sure which to use can end up overcorrecting
. "I" and "he" sound more elegant, so these people come up with sentences like the first three exampl above.
Show me the market where home prices are back to 2002 levels, and I will show you a market that is overcorrecting
* Overdevelopment One of the reasons the market is overcorrecting
is overdevelopment and speculation, as is the case in Florida.