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excess

 [ek´ses]
an amount more than is normal or necessary.
fluid volume excess excess fluid volume.

ex·cess

(ek'ses),
That which is more than the usual or specified amount.

ex·cess

(XS) (ek'ses)
That which is more than the usual or specified amount.

Patient discussion about excess

Q. what do we need to do to burn excess fat from the body? Can anyone suggest particular exercise for burning excess fat from the body? and how to make six bag abs?

A. doing regular work outs and having a balanced nutrition will help your muscles to develop. muscles get bigger after they have been used repetitively over a certain period of time. that meant they will burn more energy while working and even while resting. then your fat layer will shrink over the time.

Q. What diet should I take on to reduce this excessive wrinkling? I am 34 and my skin looks much older. My facial skin is sagging. It is also very dry and dull. My face glow has reduced. Couple of years back I was healthy and I had a glowing skin and a very bright face. I have used some of the cosmetics but in vain and it exceeds my budget too. So I thought to try for good diet pattern to support my skin clarity. What diet should I take on to reduce this excessive wrinkling?

A. recovering damaged skin and collagen is not likely...sorry..but you can avoid more damage by doing a very simple thing- USE SUNBLOCK!!!
the most damaging thing to our skin is sun radiation. all those creams that supposedly protect your skin and revitalizing it- are much less affective then just using simple sun block.

Q. My child loves spinach and demands them a lot I wanted to know is there any problem to have them in excess?

A. HELL NO! REWARD THE HELL OUT OF HIM FOR EATING IT! You may also want to tweak it further by introducing him to other healthy dark green leafys like collards, kale, red Swiss chard which he might think is cool to look at; its actually similar in taste to spinach just less bitter! Good for you!

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(169) See Unger supra note 77, at 22 ("[T]he plaintiff expressly reserves the right to pursue claims against an excess insurer for damages in excess of the primary insurance coverage limit.").
On the other hand, the excess carrier does not anticipate having to cover the insured's defense costs, assuming the underlying coverage limits have not been exhausted, but it does anticipate having to cover monetary liability in excess of the insured's primary limits.
It exposes insurers who do not act in good faith to the risks of extracontractual liability and damages in excess of policy limits.
7430(c)(1)(B)(iii), an hourly rate in excess of $125 is justified when the court finds that a special factor, such as the limited availability of qualified attorneys, exists.
No court has ever declared a liability insurer to have acted in bad faith only because a jury found the insured liable for damages in excess of the policy limits.(10)
In some jurisdictions an insurance company cannot be liable for a breach of its duty to settle unless the party suing the insured made a settlement offer within policy limits.(71) The rationale behind this position is that absent a settlement offer, there is no evidence of a causal connection between the insurer's breach of duty and the fact that a judgment in excess of the policy limits was entered.
If the trust fails to qualify as a grantor trust but qualifies as a domestic trust, it will be subject to income tax; the trust can avoid such tax (at rates as high as 39.6% for 1996 income in excess of $7,900 by distributing its income.
Manchester Insurance Indemnity Co.,(9) in which the insurer was found liable for a judgment in excess of the policy limits after failing to settle the case when the plaintiffs demanded the full $20,000 policy limits.
Named after an island situated on a tributary of river Kabani in Kerala, INS Karuva, measuring 52 meters in length and displacing 325 tons, can achieve speeds in excess of 30 knots.
162(m) limit on deductions for certain executive compensation in excess of $1 million annually.(38) The preamble indicates that, to the extent that an issue is not covered by the proposed regulations, taxpayers should follow a reasonable, good-faith interpretation of the statutory provisions.