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Synonyms for overshoot

an approach that fails and gives way to another attempt

shoot beyond or over (a target)

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If a hot-runner zone is discovered to be overshooting while the mold is running, the first step should be to take a minute and observe all the zones on the controller.
The standard RESA is just a stretch of graded (levelled) land, with a surface (usually gravel/mud) which will help slow an overshooting aircraft, but will not hinder the approach of rescue vehicles.
Overshooting provides many opportunities for a newcomer with a new business model, and Chapter 3 elaborates on how a company can identify signs of overshooting by talking to customers, analyzing factors such as price, margin, share, substitution with new product introductions, etc.
In our experiment we found that people tend to undershoot when they believe that undershooting is more energy efficient and overshoot when they believe that overshooting is more energy efficient.
But then again, maybe the United States avoids an overshooting scenario, and 2006 becomes a banner year.
An Air France passenger plane carrying 309 passengers and crew members from Paris caught fire after overshooting a runway on landing at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on Tuesday afternoon, airport officials said.
After overshooting the final approach course by 20 degrees, the pilot rolled wings level at .
But in the rush to serve the most demanding customers in the industry, companies end up overshooting increasing swaths of a market.