disproportional


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Synonyms for disproportional

out of proportion

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All these prohibitions would take effect on December 31, 2020, with the Commission on Ethics being obligated to define "disproportional benefit" by October 1, 2019.
"The state of emergency has, since July 2016, led to disproportional measures and unacceptable restrictions on fundamental freedoms - in particular freedom of expression, the media and assembly," the Council remarked, adding Turkey has made "no progress" on recommendations made by the Council with regard to civil liberties.
Blagojevich attorney Len Goodman said Monday his client's punishment was disproportional.
For too many years, the amount of payment has remained largely unjustifiable and the disparity in payment has remained wildly disproportional. In this issue of D&B our writers analyze the "CEO Pay Seesaw," which from my 40-year perspective has never been in balance, evidencing many more ups than downs, and with many of the ups being gravity-defying.
In the recent Senate elections, the results from across the country were disproportional to the share of provincial assembly seats for nearly all parties.
A discussion of the disproportional impact that cannabis is having on the commercial real estate market.
"Slager's actions were disproportional to Scott's misconduct."
Alavi denied knowing about Assa's connection with the regime and called the verdict "excessive and grossly disproportional to the offense."
Given the ban's sweeping nature, it is disproportional, irrational, and causes significant harm to its victims."
Dr Moza explained that the tooth size analysis is defined as the degree of disproportional relationships between upper and lower teeth (in total or anterior) often called Bolton analysis.
Similarly, other demographic indicators have remained disproportional and unresponsive to economic growth as in Pakistan (table 1).
Banking regulation is very punitive and disproportional subjecting lesser euro area banks to the same regulatory requirements as major banks in the single currency bloc, Matsis, whose appointment as Hellenic's chief executive officer received the ECB's approval a week ago, said.
However, with the morning-after pill the negative consequence is often the killing of a person and is therefore seen as unacceptable and disproportional to the benefits."
"For the past couple of years we've been obsessing over consumer insights and feedback, allocating disproportional resources and time to making great products and to solving problems with efficient, effective solutions," said Clio global new product development director Brian LaMontagne.
But Germany's Left Party said the raid showed disproportional force and targeted an immigrant community.