excessiveness


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immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits

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Their films may exploit the modern innovations of CGI effects and digital filmmaking, the more lenient culture context concerning the portrayal of sex and violence, and, to a slight degree, the excessiveness of the post-classical bemoaned by critics such as Wheeler Winston Dixon and David Denby, but we also recognize the continuation of the Classical Hollywood style with their adherence to the hegemony of continuity editing, conventional narrative structure, and a middle-of-the-road ideology.
2d Dep't 1978) ("To warrant interference with a jury's assessment of damages, the excessiveness or inadequacy of the award must be such as to shock the conscience of the court.
240) Harmonization would strengthen the Eighth Amendment's theoretical basis as based in a prohibition on excessiveness and help the courts identify guiding principles.
The court began its due process excessiveness review with the third BMW guidepost, which is the difference between the jury award and civil penalties.
Even that hot dog 60-yard goose killer in your gang won't need anything better then the newer types of iron shot, so again there goes the tungsten neighborhood down the drain of excessiveness.
thinking defies its own finitude, as if fascinated by its own excessiveness.
The legislature also passed HB 99 that expands a 2010 law exempting other lines of commercial insurance from rate excessiveness regulation to include commercial auto and commercial property-casualty lines.
Resources must be shared, consumption curbed and excessiveness curtailed.
The main idea of VBHF is to reduce maximum material stiffness in order to avoid excessiveness of strength of material fatigue.
Suggest to these individuals that whatever they do, moderation is good, but excessiveness is usually bad.
The ruse of capitalism has to do with how it sanitizes the excessiveness on which it depends.
By all means, I cherish the Impressionist school of art and adore Monet as it's observed through my artistic strokes and the excessiveness of the pleasant chromatic features of my displayed art pieces.
4) One such innovation is remittitur, which is a procedural alternative to granting a new trial when a defendant seeks one based on the excessiveness of the verdict.
Vague claims of excessiveness, small mistakes and a difference of opinion are not enough, according to the court.