Look at what happens when you overinflate
a tyre, stand back, and film the results with a high-speed camera.
We can see this law at work when we overinflate
a balloon and it bursts.
Rogue traders are known to overinflate
their prices in order to give an apparent discount which is based around a grant.
The problem is that advocates of humanitarian intervention often equate any killings of innocents with genocide and sometimes overinflate
the numbers to make their case.
His lungs could overinflate
. The vessels in his brain could burst.
Sweeney, who in 1986 spent a season on Saturday Night Live and in doing so became the first openly gay performer on network television, adds that the inspiration for the show came from the spiraling tendency in the media to hype and overinflate
. "You can't be a model anymore; you have to be a supermodel," he says.
Pelsall dad-of-one Chris Dawson, aged 39, said: "The worry for us is that a new owner could want to overinflate
Just when we thought the madness had ended with Albion winning 3-2 at Arsenal and Sunderland beating Chelsea - let's not overinflate
Ian Holloway's ego any more by mentioning Blackpool - along came the first week of January.
An report said makers tape up gaps between doors, overinflate
tyres, test at altitude, disconnect the alternator, use Formula 1 grade lubricant and remove items including the passenger mirror.
And who would then fill London's wine bars or overinflate
the price of its pokey apartments?
The insurer believes that bankers helped overinflate
technology stocks and in the process cost UK industry pounds 250billion through loss of capital and new investment.
Meanwhile, the entertainment industry overinflates
public expectations by turning television doctors into gods capable of saving every life they touch.