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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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The excessive payment surcharges law provides that businesses can only pass on to customers what it costs them to process a payment (cost of acceptance).
In spite of positive outcome for the users, the excessive use of social networking sites is giving rise to many negative outcomes which are inevitable.
"Plaintiff alleges that [Joel] Resil is liable for [Matthew] Pieroway's excessive force under a joint venture theory of liability because Resil 1) remained silent about the officers' misidentification of [Burrell] Ramsey-White throughout the course of the initial stop up until the shooting and 2) encouraged Pieroway to continue following Ramsey-White during the pursuit.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, on just her second day back on the bench after undergoing cancer surgery in December, announced the decision for the court, saying that the 8th Amendment's Excessive Fines Clause protects against government retribution.
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar was hearing a suo motu case pertaining to excessive amount paid to IPPs by the government.
US scientists conducting a gambling experiment found a connection between excessive social media use and risky decision making, also a common feature among people who abuse drugs such as cocaine and heroin.
" On Jan 5, the chief justice took a suo motu notice of excessive payments made to IPPs.
The court's standard for doing so is whether a particular provision of the Bill of Rights is "deeply rooted" in the nation's history and traditions, and is fundamental to "our scheme of ordered liberty." The Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause was incorporated in 1962, the Excessive Bail Clause in 1971.
He said the DTI commends the PCC's quick response to the request to review excessive charges imposed by international shipping lines.
When looking at drinkers who "binged" on their heaviest drinking day, excessive drinking was more common in Scotland at 37.3 per cent of drinkers, 11 per cent ahead of England at 26.2 per cent.
The bench was hearing different petitions of Daniyal, Saad and Arsalan against 'excessive' billing by the power utility.