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overrunning

[′ō·və‚rən·iŋ]
(meteorology)
A condition existing when an air mass is in motion aloft above another air mass of greater density at the surface; this term usually is applied in the case of warm air ascending the surface of a warm front or quasi-stationary front.
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The Telegraph asked if any of the cost of the overrun is being paid by taxpayers, and we also asked how much the overrunning work is costing.
Meanwhile the spokesperson of the rebel forces under the overall command of General Dau Aturjong, confirmed their forces attacked and overran the county administrative headquarters in the area as a way to send the government message that they were capable of overrunning even Aweil town, capital of Northern Bahr el Ghazal state.
The design required a compact overrunning clutch solution with instant locking and engagement, when the clutch shifts from overrunning to engaged.
Runway excursion meaning either an aircraft veering off the side of the runway, or overrunning at the very end has become the primary cause of civil airliner hull losses in recent years, particularly as other formerly prevalent categories of aircraft accidents have now largely been eliminated, American said.
It mounts the overrunning portion to the flywheel instead of the shaft yoke, which sets the design apart.
Similar regulations in England cut the number of overrunning works and the time where a site is occupied but no work is taking place.