overlength

overlength

(ˌəʊvəˈlɛŋθ)
n
excessiveness of length
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Tenders are invited for Overlength billet cutting by lancing at WRM Charging Grid
Intensive mixing is required to achieve a homogeneous polymer-gas-solution, whereas high pressures are essential to keep the blowing agent in solution [3, 4], Mixing of the polymer-gas mixture is achieved by screws with special mixing elements [5], To compensate for the drop in viscosity caused by the blowing agent, overlength single-screw extruders, tandem-lines, or additional melt-cooling-units are applied to cool the melt and bring the viscosity up to the process window for foaming [6].
This configuration was selected because it is commonly used in current forest residue harvesting operations in the Pacific Northwest and it follows recommendations made by the manufacturer of the equipment to maintain productivity while decreasing the proportion of overlength pieces (Peterson Pacific Corp.
In diachronic terms, the overlength of Gaelic vowels results from the loss of the intervocalic consonant.
The most recent studies, 2004-05, showed 73 percent of the 315 overlength vehicles obeyed the sign.
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However, when his more recent film Kill Bill ran hugely overlength, Tarantino was forced to turn it into two films, Kill Bill 1 and Kill Bill 2.
The accentuation of Greek monosyllabic words, how to say to have killed a dragon, reconstructing reflexive markers in Indo-European from evidence in Greek and Latin, overlength and the system of primary comparatives in Homeric and Attic Greek, the name of Achilles, and the feet of Greek and Sanskrit verse, are among the topics.
I found intellectual support for my own ideas and, a little late and overlength, I was finally able to deliver a coherent manuscript.
Regarding this issue, Richard Dutton has significantly suggested that just as "Jonson, Webster, and 'Beaumont and Fletcher' all wrote overlength plays, either with the expectation of a print readership, or knowing that they would be circulated in manuscript" (83), Shakespeare might have done the same.
Overlength and Maximal Moraicity in Italy', Pilar Prieto i Vives, 'Vowel Lengthening in Milanese').