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overfeed

(ō′vər-fēd′)
tr. & intr.v. over·fed (-fĕd′), over·feeding, over·feeds
To feed or eat too often or too much.
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where [[??].sub.refrigent,pumped] represents the mass flow rate of liquid refrigerant the pump must supply to the connected overfeed evaporators expressed in lb/min (kg/s).
What overfeed rate is required for an individual evaporator?
This is the main reason that variable frequency drives (VFDs) are generally not suitable applications for refrigerant pumping in liquid overfeed applications.
First, the impact of the fluoride overfeed was confined to the elementary school.
Several improvements were made to prevent a recurrence of fluoride overfeed, as follows:
The water service was relocated downstream to the addition of the treatment chemicals, Relocation of this service to the school will prevent recurrence of the fluoride overfeed and provide the school with properly treated water (Figure 2).
Both men deny causing unnecessary suffering claiming they gave the dog dry food and did not overfeed it on scraps.
I don't want to overfeed them by loading up their plates.
A ALTHOUGH they will need to be fed because they are growing in a container, alpines are not particularly hungry plants so do not overfeed them.
He overfeeds one greedy pigeon who runs a bowl of the Sultan's rare cherries--and is given only three days to replace them or his father will suffer.
If he overfeeds a colony, kidnapping raids become less frequent.