overconditioned

overconditioned

said of beef cattle; means overfat.
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522, 530 (1975) ("The purpose of a jury is to guard against the exercise of arbitrary power--to make available the commonsense judgment of the community as a hedge against the overzealous or mistaken prosecutor and in preference to the professional or perhaps overconditioned or biased response of a judge.
147) But like judges, they are often badly overconditioned, and their moral judgment may well diverge from that of the community.
The incidence of periparturient diseases, for example, milk fever, ketosis and mastitis, is higher in overconditioned cows (Morrow, 1976; Fronk et al.
The act of pseudo-translation was a form of liberation, a means for Landor to free himself from--and to register his dissatisfaction with--the "fashionable taste" which prevailed, and which had overconditioned his own earlier (and now disowned) poems.
522, 530 (1975) (concluding that "[t]he purpose of a jury is to guard against the exercise of arbitrary power--to make available the commonsense judgment of the community as a hedge against the overzealous or mistaken prosecutor and in preference to the professional or perhaps overconditioned or biased response of a judge"); Duncan v.
I felt my hair overconditioned afterwards and a bit lank, but I'm not sure my hair type was right for it.
Extra time on site increases feed cost and has the potential to result in overconditioned heifers, which can lead to increased problems during and after calving.
522, 530 (1975) ("The purpose of a jury is to guard against the exercise of arbitrary power -- to make available the commonsense judgment of the community as a hedge against the overzealous or mistaken prosecutor and in preference to the professional or perhaps overconditioned or biased response of a judge.
All it was was an overconditioned nerve in the heart,'' said Schmidt, who will start for the Pittsburgh Pirates against the Dodgers at 1:05 p.
The petit jury is intended "to guard against the exercise of arbitrary power--to make available the commonsense judgment of the community as a hedge against the overzealous or mistaken prosecutor and in preference to the professional or perhaps overconditioned or biased response of a judge.
Producers have found that buying animals without knowing exact breeding dates results in animals calving later than expected, which increases feed cost and can lead to overconditioned heifers and excessive calving problems.