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overshot

1. having or designating an upper jaw that projects beyond the lower jaw, esp when considered as an abnormality
2. (of a water wheel) driven by a flow of water that passes over the wheel rather than under it

overshot

[′ō·vər‚shät]
(engineering)
A fishing tool for recovering lost drill pipe or casing.

jetty

A projecting part of a building, as a bay window or the upper story of a timber house.
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A disappointed Porter said: "I thought I had that race wrapped up but when I overshot I dropped back from first to third.
A spokeswoman said: "The aircraft overshot the end of the runway.
First, they should continually monitor whether their company has overshot a customer segment.
Wallace thinks Rosepink might have tried to land on a fire road and overshot it.
A provisional totting-up of the Member States' annual milk production declarations shows that farmers in nine Member states overshot their quotas last season, and will incur fines worth nearly Euro 320 million, according to figures released by the Commission on October 23.
The Fokker 50 aircraft was carrying 17 people from Malaga to Melilla when it overshot the runway and crashed into a fence.
The lead pilot overshot his run-in heading and rolled in from a lower altitude and closer to the target than the planned attack profile.
The district overshot its current budget by $2 million, and roughly 30 percent of its charges live below the poverty line.
When the factories introduced the much easier to manufacture six- and eight-fold star crimps, advertising campaigns demonized the roll crimp and the overshot wad.
But confidence in the progra mme would be weakened, and the achievement of its objectives rendered more difficult, if intermediate inflation targets are persistently overshot.