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excess

1. Chem a quantity of a reagent that is greater than the quantity required to complete a reaction
2. Commerce payable as a result of previous underpayment
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Equally clear, fragmentation and excessiveness dominate the post-classical.
For example, in a wrongful death case our office handled, the court had to review the excessiveness of a jury's award for pain and suffering of a brief duration right before death.
The magistrates have rejected the arguments on grounds Lukoil Bulgaria has failed to provide any proof for the claimed cost of BGN 1 M, all while in order to assess its excessiveness, there was a need to compare it with the revenues and the profits of the company.
I fully intend to appeal against the excessiveness of the penalty in an effort to get it reduced so that I may work towards resuming my career within the football industry.
It added, "We strong security measures must be taken to put a stop to the cases of excessiveness and threatening security and incapacitate articulate citizens' lives and interests.
The Union called on Russia and China to put an end to the Turkish government's excessiveness against Syria through threatening punitive measures against it.
EXCESSIVENESS MATTERS: OTHER EIGHTH AMENDMENT DOCTRINES AND PROPORTIONALITY REVIEW
Hopefully it stays focused on the bad apples and excessiveness.
51) The same rule exists for challenging the inadequacy or excessiveness of the verdict.
Although the amount of public funding they receive only makes up a small proportion of their entire budget, the taxpayer nonetheless has a stake in the institution and has a right to be angry about this level of excessiveness.
In it, he defended the show saying that he believed the show will be somewhat accurate in portraying the excessiveness of the Iranian-American community and that hopefully it will encourage people to change their lifestyles, after seeing it in all its Jersey Shore-like pride.