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overstep

[′ō·vər‚step]
(geology)
An overlap characterized by the regular truncation of older units of a complete sedimentary sequence by one or more later units of the sequence.
A stratum deposited on the upturned edges of underlying strata.
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from occupation" is one of such cases of overstepping, he said.
"Yesterday was me overstepping the mark and obviously I apologise for the way that looked, it s certainly not the way I want to be looked upon as a captain," Ponting told Australia s Channel Nine on Tuesday.
My one objection to this and other articles that speak of the feds overstepping their constitutional bounds is that these articles fail to point out the fundamental problem that allows this unchecked expansion of federal power to take place.
Any sport is a great stimulus, but mountaineering teaches you an extra lesson: if you want to do well you have to exert yourself to your maximum, but overstepping can be fatal.
Hollyoaks and Buffy The Vampire Slayer were also deemed to be "overstepping the mark".
Makers of the controversial Channel Four drama Queer as Folk have been accused of "overstepping the mark in the most insulting and offensive way possible".
These in turn raised other questions, such as to what extent specific yearnings - for mobility, for an overstepping of boundaries - are tied to a time, and to what extent they are timeless.
Overstepping the critical temperature by as little as 5 [degrees] C can generate enough pressure to shatter the rocks, Park observes.
The message seemed to be that fantasy-based sexual diversity was fine but that gay sex in the real world was overstepping the boundaries.
Lynn Cote's Icare, Monica Levy's Overstepping, and Goding's Danzon were also presented.
He was defiled, spat upon, and burned because of our destestation for overstepping oneself.
LAHORE -- Ruling PTI leader and Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said that the government is ready for a rational and meaningful dialogue with the opposition in parliament if it believes that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is overstepping its jurisdiction.