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hy·per·ex·ten·sion

(hī'pĕr-eks-ten'shŭn),
Extension of a limb or part beyond the normal limit.
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overextension

In dentistry, the assessment of the vertical extent of a root canal filling, denoting an extrusion beyond the apical foramen.
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"The valuation looks very overextended. It is hard to see that the shares have a lot of potential if the shares are priced at the top of the range," The Telegraph quoted Josef Schuster, who manages about 2.5 billion dollar at investment firm Ipox Schuster in Chicago, as saying.
'The teams are concerned they will be overextended, but we have to make a decision because the teams want to know what is going on,' Ecclestone said.
Naydenov insists 80% of the subsidies have been paid and the other 20% probably did not receive any money because they owe taxes while some have overextended the boundaries of their fields.
It s a bit overextended though and probably needs to spend time digesting gains.
Latham, seized the CU ousting the board and its president/CEO, Dale Dalbey, charging the CU had mismanaged its loan portfolio and was overextended. Those claims were denied by the parties.
"We object to the current structure of the judiciary because it overextends its powers and creates laws by overstepping the authority of the parliament," he said.
Other overextended borrowers have kept control of their properties following a debt restructuring, including developers Lev Leviev and Joseph Moinian.
calling for the setting up of a mutual fund for those who are overextended in
"I was more disciplined because I overextended myself after Carnoustie.
We found it fascinating that Susana would describe her hemorrhoids as overextended, explosive, and angry.
US regulators have shut down Ameribank Inc citing that the Northfork, West Virginia-based bank overextended loans for the rehabilitation of distressed properties.