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throw something or someone overboard

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I like to mix glitter candles with nonglittery ones in the same color so as to not go overboard with the shiny stuff.
LIBRA September 23-October 22 Sure, go overboard with finances (and feelings) around Labor Day: Cash flow should flood come fall.
Researchers are not certain what the highest 'safe' level of DHA is, so consumers should not go overboard when using products containing DHA.
Unless you go overboard, you will lose the building"
Be patient, don't go overboard when you are losing, and don't go overboard when you are winning.
Bradesco President Marcio Cypriano says the Brazilian bank will continue to build its business in Brazil through buyouts and organic growth, but it won't go overboard on international acquisitions.
While it's appropriate, and even advisable to replace any weight you may have dropped during the fall (training for a marathon, for example), don't go overboard.
A part from suspecting that he occasionally invents a myth to attack, it might also be objected that Humphreys has a tendency to go overboard in his desire to be nonjudgmental and even-handed by glossing over controversies, refraining from taking definite stands, and wryly dismissing possibly legitimate criticisms because they apply to others (especially Americans) as well.
As the ad fades out, the viewer is told not to go overboard when investing on-line.
However, don't go overboard on the home page--include your basics with hyperlinks to contact information for specific departments.
He was apparently on the bridge as the missing man was up there and actually saw him go overboard.
Some hotels go overboard to please the business client, and that pleases Vivian.
You can go overboard in trying to freeze what exists now," Hoagland explains.
However, if we believed participants were going to take the program on board, perhaps we could have spent more time during the program helping them learn not to go overboard with their new behavioral skills.
That willingness to lend the FBI's imprimatur to unverified allegations probably didn't prompt any agent to go overboard.