disciplining the power of the state, which would otherwise overexpand
unless made to pay for the resources that it consumes.
We depended on the idea that as long as we don't procline his upper incisors or overexpand
his maxilla, we can try this technique to protract the maxilla and may avoid later the surgical option.
But the business people who build long-run projects in response to artificially low interest rates overexpand
, leading to future problems and a bust.
A: Do not overexpand
and overextend yourself beyond your resources or capacity.
10) A company could overexpand
, making it difficult to cover larger expenses such as financing costs.
The self-serving attempts by acquirer management to overexpand
often leads to a higher level of compensation and other agency costs associated with a larger firm.
Looking back, we've done it carefully and tried not to overexpand
," Silverman says.
The vast majority of muzzleloader bullets will overexpand
or fragment when impact velocities approach 2,000 fps.
If programs of subnational jurisdictions are not solely financed with their own revenues, there is a tendency to overexpand
the budget and to require more transfers from the common pool; this is the well-known tragedy of the commons.
As short-term capital inflows from these speculators increased, the market began to overexpand
269, 269-70 (1988) (noting that the compensation requirement "disciplin[es] the power of the state, which would otherwise overexpand
unless made to pay for the resources that it consumes").