overcover

Related to overcover: overcomer

overcover

(ˌəʊvəˈkʌvə)
vb (tr)
to cover up
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To overcover these limitations, the concept of energy harvesting has emerged and its utilization for the smooth operation of WSNs is now a challenging research topic [4].
However, it should be emphasized that the Chi Square approximation should be limited in its applications, and asymptotically it will severely overcover the mean.
Furthermore, Bernstein's Inequality is a conservative bound, so asymptotically the method will significantly overcover the mean.
If the image were used on the cover, it would require an overcover guaranteeing it could not be seen by anyone other than the subscriber.
"If you overcover them, after two or three more crops their foals just fall away, they become weedy.
As families head to the seaside this weekend, South Wales volunteers have handed in their pagers in a protest over adequate insurance cover.: FROM PAGE 5: Coastguards on strike inprotest overcover row:Around 50 miles of South Wales beaches and the Bristol Channel is without coastguard cover after crews began a second day of strike action.
Reasonably common examples are BLOODWOOD, KNOWHOW, OVERCOVER and WHOSO.
"We get calls saying that we overcover poor people and homeless people and people of color, that we are too concerned with issues on the coasts and the big cities," says Dvorkin.
Neither should they overcover a story just because they have committed resources to it."
"Although the Waco story deserved meaningful coverage, the task force believes that too many news organizations overcovered this story to the detriment of other stories in their own communities.
[T]oo many news organizations overcovered this story to the detriment of other stories in their own communities.