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Synonyms for exceed


go over the limit of


  • go over the limit of
  • go beyond
  • overstep
  • go beyond the bounds of

Synonyms for exceed

Synonyms for exceed

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The Exceed for OS/2 X server is now X11R6 compliant, includes XTEST and XSYNC extensions, and supports X11R6 font server, complete font transformation, scaleable fonts, and automatic font transformation.
today announced the launch of the Exceed Structured Shield Index Strategy Fund, a mutual fund that tracks the NASDAQ Exceed Structured Protection Index (EXPROT) to provide an opportunity for investors seeking a certain level of principal protection with lower volatility than the S&P 500 Index.
Exceed Beyond features new tools and resources to simplify and improve interactions with donors and support fundraising efforts.
This maximum amount also is reduced dollar-for-dollar by the amount of qualified property eligible for this election that is placed in service during the tax year which exceeds $400,000, adjusted for inflation.
Unicode and TrueType Fonts Support: In order to promote seamless interoperability, Exceed onDemand 5.
San Jose, with a preliminary 53 percent diversion rate for calendar year 2000, already exceeds the state-mandated requirement of 50 percent but, given the exigencies of environmental legislation and public policy, it's a sound strategy to increase the diversion rate even more.
Tests show that Exceed 1012CA mVLDPE has both the lowest seal-initiation temperature and the broadest hot-tack window, along with excellent hot-tack strength.
However, if we exceed our shareholders' expectations, and provide them with an exceptional return, due to the leveraging feature, our executives will be similarly well-rewarded (see Figure 2).
Only miscellaneous itemized deductions that exceed 2 percent of AGI are deductible.
Generating sets, diesel or semi-diesel exceeding 75 KVA but not exceed 375 KVA
As is discussed below, if the donee sells it without any significant intervening use or material improvement, the deduction cannot exceed the gross sale proceeds.
In general terms, impairment is defined as the condition that exists when the carrying amount of an asset exceeds its fair value.
Arsenic contamination of drinking water is a global problem, but nowhere is the problem more severe than in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India, where over 112 million reside in areas where groundwater concentrations exceed the World Health Organization's (WHO) maximum permissible level of 50 micrograms per liter ([micro]g/L) and its lower recommended concentration of 10 [micro]g/L Arsenic exposure is associated with health effects such as skin lesions and lung, liver, and bladder cancers.
If a transaction fails section 279, the interest deduction on the acquisition debt is denied to the extent the corporation's total interest deductions exceed $5 million.
Last year the agency recommended that homeowners consider taking measures to reduce radon levels when homes exceed that action level.