overprogrammed

overprogrammed

(ˌəʊvəˈprəʊɡræmd)
adj
characterized by overprogramming
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The combined authority report published yesterday says that the fund is "overprogrammed", meaning not all of the projects would be covered by the fund's PS172m budget.
(5) This generation is accustomed to being overprogrammed by their parents and schools and continuously being involved in an activity.
Recently, Slate magazine ran a piece calling Natalie Portman "a movie star for a generation of overprogrammed children." The writer, Nathan Heller, views Portman as a dilettante and a suck-up.
"It's true that kids are really programmed to the minute and in some cases overprogrammed," she says.
As reported in the Daily Post earlier this year, the NWDA had overprogrammed by pounds 200m for this year.
overprogrammed - so stressed for success - that I wondered if Girl Scout camp hadn't morphed into some s'mores-less contributor to this fast-track travesty.
"One thing," Clark said, "is that we're overprogrammed. We've got programs that are dragging along.
"Because Cannes has a market, with Troma and all those people running through the lobby screaming and wearing masks and parties on the beach every night, it's very frantic and people are overprogrammed. But Venice has the most wonderful, casual atmosphere.
I doubt that the Klan's staged message impressed the spectators, but the security measures had overprogrammed the event, squeezing out the juices of democratic give and take.
But last year the NWDA overprogrammed by pounds 200m.