overexpansion


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overexpansion

(ˌəʊvərɪksˈpænʃən)
n
an excessive increase, enlargement, or development, esp in the activities of a company
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After suffering from overexpansion that led to bloated inventory levels and high operating expenses, SSI finally completed its rationalization program last year and is now set to grow.
The increased demand for housing stimulates residential construction, raises the cost of building materials, and eventually misleads the building industry into a costly overexpansion. In the end, government-guaranteed loans and mortgages encourage malinvestment, leading to booms and busts, which undermine the general welfare of the nation.
Chunghwa has been criticized in the past for its overexpansion in China, which left it overly exposed when the trade war between the U.S.
Too large of the balloon diameter and overexpansion may be the important reason of DCB-related aneurysms, both of which can make the local artery wall teared and thus lead to the formation of coronary aneurysm or even pseudoaneurysms.
We should certainly make sure that's a conscious choice of Congress and not just the overexpansion of the law by courts," Campbell said.
This book traces the history of the American health care system from the 1960s, with the advent of Medicare and Medicaid, to the 2010s and the impact of the Affordable Care Act, and the themes of specialization, overexpansion, inflation, and profiteering, as well as disparities in health status due to class, race, and region.
LSD can be caused by balloon overexpansion and abnormalities in the vessel wall such as calcifications [6].
But as Gurley privately cautioned Kalanick about overspending and overexpansion, their relationship frayed.
A CT scan discovered this was caused by a lung overexpansion due to her not surfacing to breathe during her treacherous 8,000-mile journey through the North Atlantic to the Irish sea.
(7) Julie Jargon and Lillian Rizzo, "Restaurant chains get burned by overexpansion, new rivals," The Wall Street Journal, October 16, 2016, https://www.wsj.com/articles/restaurant-chains-get-burned-by-overexpansion-new-rivals-1476649241?mod=trending now 5.
Ventilator-associated lung injury (VILI) includes barotrauma, volutrauma, atelectrauma, and biotrauma, among which volutrauma, the overexpansion produced by high tidal volume, is the major cause of VILI [1,16,17].
If conventional expansion appliances are used to treat true unilateral posterior crossbite, then the maxillary dental arch will be expanded bilaterally, resulting in undesirable overexpansion of the unaffected side [2].