overlength

overlength

(ˌəʊvəˈlɛŋθ)
n
excessiveness of length
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"Alaska cannot compete with someone out of state unless something is overheight, overlength, overwidth, or overweight.
Study of overlength on red oak lumber drying quality and rough mill yield.
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].
The 1.1-fold overlength HBV genome was cloned into the pcDNA3 vector to generate pcDNA3.0-1.1HBVDNA, 1.1HBV as the expression gene and ampicillin resistance for antibiotic selection (Amresco, Pennsylvania, USA).
In diachronic terms, the overlength of Gaelic vowels results from the loss of the intervocalic consonant.
The ten-vehicle long Statesman Rail charter train had been barred from Llandudno Station this Saturday because the area signalling manager felt it is "overlength for the signalling".
Question: While on the west end of Highway 242, the old McKenzie Highway, we came across an "overlength vehicle detection" sign that intrigued us.
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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.
Perhaps the real difficulty in the film's early production, partly obscured by these quarrels about origins, came between Noyce, Elfick and Ellis over the production of the script, which Elfick claimed was twelve months late and massively overlength. Ellis was so appalled by the cuts to the final script, which had been in part rewritten by Noyce and Elfick, that he demanded that his name be withdrawn from the credits --credits which finally read 'a script by Phillip Noyce based on a screenplay by Bob Ellis.' Shortly after the film's release and after its AFI wins, Ellis took out an advertisement in The National Times asserting that he would 'now accept compliments for Newsfront'.