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Synonyms for overage

an amount or quantity beyond what is needed, desired, or appropriate

Synonyms for overage

a surplus or excess of money or merchandise that is actually on hand and that exceeds expectations

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Earlier to this, Ghulam Mustafa, former youth leader protested against overage candidates of the party's youth organization and had asked the Chairman Bilawal Bhutto and Asif Zardari either to reinstate the senior party worker of youth wing or remove all the overage office bearers in Youth Wing.
10 through 16 will not result in overage charges for post-paid customers.
He also said that he would be willing to take the persons to court who had blamed Pakistan Squash Federation for selecting overage players for the Junior World Squash Championship.
It doesn't limit video on Sprint or T-Mobile because neither company charges for data overages, reports Digital Trends.
Another 85 of the dismissed police constables are put in the category of overage because their age was more than 28 years at the time of their appointment.
mobile provider to introduce rolling data plans that promise to save consumers money and eliminate surprise data overages.
T-Mobile (NYSE: TMUS) said it has announced a new way for big families and small businesses to satisfy their growing appetite for mobile data-and avoid the old-guard carriers' shared data schemes and overages.
One-off investments to manage overage pupils could represent an efficient use of education aid.
A number of sportspersons have been suspended or disqualified after being found overage following medical tests.
OVERAGE can be a future blessing, but because of its increasing complexity it can also cause problems for buyers and sellers of property.
The UAE's under-17 national football team coach Rashid Amir sparked a huge controversy at the ongoing Fifa Under 17 World Cup in the UAE when he urged the game's governing body to investigate the use of overage players by teams at the championship.
And Deb Seline, who teaches at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay, supplemented her $85,000 base salary with nearly $121,000 in overage pay.
Teams are allowed to field three overage players and one overage goalkeeper.
The report finds a number of challenges for the South Sudan school system, including concentration of students in early grades; a high proportion of overage students, repetition, and dropout; and weak levels of student learning--problems that they note disproportionately impact poor, rural, female, and overage students.
The 32-year-old Welshman says he has accepted one of the three overage slots in Stuart Pearce''s squad for what is essentially an under-23 tournament.