He argues in particular that the latest iteration of the Navy's maritime strategy overcorrects
for the emphasis on cooperative naval engagement in the original 2007 strategy document, and that the Navy needs to take steps to reaffirm its commitment to that collaborative vision.
An eight-mile stretch of rural Highway 36 between Mapleton and Junction City will be given a new coating of asphalt this summer - and a new safety feature aimed at reducing crashes caused when a driver veers off the road and then overcorrects
A safety edge can help prevent crashes where a driver drops off the pavement and then overcorrects
, often heading back into traffic.
The liquidity correction used in this study, however, almost assuredly overcorrects
Moens occasionally overcorrects
for the excessive criticism that Bush has faced, however, and sometimes flirts with being too sympathetic toward its subject, consistently interpreting events in the president's favor.
I find especially helpful his encouragement to "bring things into balance" in order to avoid offering either judgment or hope that overcorrects
the situation, whether the text's situation or our own.
These doctors charge that radial keratotomy too often overcorrects
nearsightedness, converting it farsig htedness.