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overdraft

[′ō·vər‚draft]
(metallurgy)
Upward curving of a piece of metal after leaving the rolls during forming, due to higher speed of the lower roll.
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With the development of superlight aluminum arrows and, perhaps more significantly, carbon arrows, the need for long overdraws has largely disappeared.
Bear now has a Universal Overdraw model 7757, a one-piece unit with integral overdraw guard, which allows the archer o use short arrows in perfect safety.
The states, which overdraw more electricity than their quota will be penalized," he said shortly before being made Union Home Minister in what television channels called a "paper reshuffle" of the Union Cabinet.
Including Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Walgreens and Safeway, reveals the most costly way to overdraw a checking account is through a bank or credit union that does not offer an overdraft service.
Some lenders, including Abbey, Alliance & Leicester and Lloyds TSB turn a blind eye if you occasionally overdraw between pounds 10 and pounds 50.
As a result, I typically recommend a relatively short overdraw for those who want to use this route to improve arrow speed.
An overdraw shelf from Browning, Bear, Golden Eagle, Hoyt, PSE, or another reputable company bolts directly to the handle riser.
She said that she had heard many stories from consumers using their debit cards for small transactions, believing that their financial institutions would not permit them to overdraw their accounts only to find that their small transaction had cost them $35 or $40.
I HAVE received a letter from the HSBC bank offering me the facility to overdraw on my account.
The linkage weighs about 2 ounces and is supplied with necessary accessories, which can include an overdraw bracket and cable guard.