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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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That this hearing was even necessary proves yet again that federal agencies continue to overreach.
He got a nasty overreach, which has curtailed him a little bit, but he'll be back.
The Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act" will provide the proper safeguards against regulatory overreach while allowing industry the certainty necessary to improve our nation's economy.
He is correct about the historical cycle of overreach and withdrawal dating back to the First World War.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The US justice system is "rife with intimidation and prosecutorial overreach," said the family of American activist ron Swartz, who was an outspoken critic of the US government and was recently found dead in his apartment.
However, Mukherjee cautioned the top audit body saying, " All constitutional authorities should introspect their respective roles as any attempt to overreach may lead to conflict in the system.
The Robert Collet-trained three-yearold, winner of this season's Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot, suffered an overreach while working at Chantilly and will now be aimed at the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on October 15, where she could clash with Frankel.
Oracle's damages expert served a report that overreached in multiple ways — each and every overreach compounding damages ever higher into the billions — evidently with the goal of seeing how much it could get away with, a 'free bite,' as it were," the judge wrote.
A former National Security Agency official accused of leaking classified information in an effort to expose mismanagement and overreach will enter a plea deal, avoiding significant jail time.
Senate and the House of Representatives-there is a tendency to overreach when it comes to making public policy.
Voters generally don't like politicians who try to overreach the power that's already theirs, and any skillful opponent can be counted on to use this decision against Villaraigosa.