blow past

blow past

To blow out despite a safeguard. "The server blew past the 5K reserve buffer."
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We're going to blow past our own record of $72 million; this fight is massive,' Ellerbe said.
And before the 2017-18 season, the cap's expected to blow past the $100 million barrier.
When opponents do that they can fire off 18 points in a row and blow past you.
The footage showed the semi blow past the stopped bus on the right side--lights flashing and stop arm down--and continued along the highway.
That sent the Kings on their way to a 7-0 run to blow past and to the win.
Carry a heavy power tool and a few hand tools and you'll blow past a Type II.
Determined to rev up his company's product-launch efforts and blow past marketplace roadblocks, Owens attended the University of Chicago's executive education class, New Product Development in Innovation, earlier this year.
NAPA - As Randy Moss headed off the practice field after another session of two-a-days, he began to blow past a couple of dozen Raiders fans calling out to him from behind a traffic barricade.
As the winds blow past the planet, they temporarily distort and weaken the bubble-shaped magnetosphere (space region containing Earth's magnetic field) on the "night" side of the globe.
While the equity seems to have found a bit of resistance in the 79-80 region heading into the latter half of the session, MMM did blow past peak call open interest and long-term technical resistance at the 75 level on the news.
For a more stylish feel, COTTO also introduced its new Sense of Scirocco Faucets, a limited collection inspired by the Mediterranean winds that blow past the sea in different times of the day.
Every week that you blow past the deadline, critics get to point out you're late - just like that ineffective Gray Davis.