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overreach

the error in a fast gait when the toe of a hindhoof of a horse strikes and injures the back of the pastern of the leg on the same side.

overreach boot
a circular rubber boot worn on the front foot to protect against injury by an overreaching hindhoof.
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28) Overreaching arises in transactions between persons in a confidential relationship in which it is clear the dominant party is the grossly disproportionate beneficiary of the transaction.
Balance is also essential to avoid overreaching and overtraining, which at best will hamper your performance on race day and worse, can cause chronic fatigue, injury, and illness.
Northfield, IL) to publish Defeating Deference: Winning Disputes Against Overreaching Federal Agencies newsletter.
Neither of the predictable results of such a mindset - hopelessness and disengagement on the one hand, hubris and overreaching on the other - is likely to bring more peace to the globe.
This is not a book of perfection but, rather, one of wide scholarship, wisdom, and hope, whose overreaching is easily overlooked as a courageous testament of one who tests how close to the sun he can fly.
I mentioned above how Tom Petty succeeded in his CD by not overreaching; Tears for Fears, on the other hand, seemed to continually be overreaching, writing overblown music with huge aspirations to profundity.
Experience teaches, however, that instances of regulatory overreaching can be most effectively addressed on a case-by-case basis and that the application of a sunset review would do more harm than good.
The reforms should (1) facilitate the disclosure of useful financial information and the auditing of such disclosures, (2) increase incentives for those who are truly defrauded to obtain the compensation they deserve, (3) increase incentives for innocent victims to go to trial to vindicate themselves and (4) deter manipulation of the judicial system by overreaching attorneys pursuing meritless cases.
They felt the regulations were overreaching and inappropriate for the standards of plan design and administration prevalent at the time.
Decent' arises in his language as something bad about Democrats: "There hangs about the Democratic party an aura of moral overreaching.
The Law of Entrapment and Governmental Overreaching by Jon A.
Sylvester Turner, D-Houston, warned his House Republican colleagues about overreaching in exercising their supermajority power.