top-heavy


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top-heavy

(of a business enterprise) having too many executives
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He had a dusky complexion and a bushy eyebrow, beneath which his eye wore a fixed and somewhat defiant expression; he seemed to be challenging you to insinuate that he was top-heavy.
The artist had given it a head that would have been, in an intellectual point of view, top-heavy for Shakespeare.
If I hadn't Mumps to talk to, I should get top-heavy an' tumble in a fit.
DENIS BETTS says England's World Cup squad is deliberately top-heavy with forwards to meet the physical challenge of Australia - but insists there is enough flexibility within it to cope with any adversity.
A top-heavy and long-tail ecosystem is emerging for AI
Jennifer Saunders has attacked the top-heavy structure of the BBC
dollar remained top-heavy against the yen Wednesday in Tokyo, pressured by selling from Japanese exporting firms.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a new study revealed that top-heavy structures are more likely to maintain their balance while hovering in the air than are those that bear a lower center of gravity.
Washington, Feb 11 ( ANI ): Structures that are top-heavy are likelier to maintain their balance while hovering in the air compared to those that bear a lower centre of gravity, a new study has revealed.
A SIMPLE IRA plan is not subject to nondiscrimination testing or top-heavy rules, and the reporting requirements are simplified.