overpreparation

overpreparation

(ˌəʊvəˌprɛpəˈreɪʃən)
adj
the act or instance of preparing excessively
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In case the CS1 elevator doesn't guarantee a watertight system due to an inadequate mineralized bone (D3, D4) or implant site overpreparation, it will be necessary to use the CS2 elevator, inserted by an implantology contra-angle
We also achieved zero casualty in Metro Manila which meant that our overpreparation worked," added the MMDA chair who is also the head of the Metro Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MMDRRMC).
At restaurants and other dining-out venues, expanded menu choices are common sources of food loss, as well as unexpected fluctuations in food sales, overpreparation (e.
Overpreparation (or a negative gap) was found in the following areas: individual income tax, external auditing, and accounting for governmental/nonprofit organizations.
Chapters explore faulty beliefs that drive irrational fears, such as fear of rejection, and the harmful or self-sabotaging behaviors that can spring from fear, such as excessive perfectionism or exorbitantly costly overpreparation, and methods for nurturing healthy beliefs to counter negative tendencies.
On the other hand, what we do know is that people with tics and habit disorders adopt a particular style of action characterized by overpreparation and overactivity (O'Connor et al.
Moorpark can thank the challenging Marmonte League for its overpreparation.
He suggests that overpreparation without experience may lead to treatment failure; the outcome may be the opposite of what the practitioner hoped to provide.
Overpreparation of the client is a mistake, as is excess length of a session.