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beyond normal limits

unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings

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Despite this, Europcar continued to impose excessive surcharges, Mr Keogh said.
The ACCC has also issued infringement notices for imposing excessive payment surcharges to RedBalloon in November 2017, Cruisin Motorhomes in July 2018, Fitness First in September 2018 and Lloyds Auctioneers in October 2018.
According to study report such excessive use of social networking sites among youth is a serious concern as it is promoting negative effects on individual wellbeing.
"Viewing the entire record in the light most favorable to the nonmoving party, plaintiff has alleged facts sufficient to state a claim of excessive force against Resil who could have, and perhaps should have, deescalated the encounter that led to the shooting.
The Eighth Amendment states: "Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted." Two of those commands -- regarding bail and cruel and unusual punishments -- have been deemed to apply to state and local governments.
"We need to better understand this drive so we can determine if excessive social media use should be considered an addiction."
In a hearing on the state's civil forfeiture request, the trial court said making Timbs forfeit his vehicle would be "grossly disproportionate to the gravity of [his] offense" and hence a violation of the Excessive Fines Clause.
In addition, the study recommended that excessive costs should not be passed on to local exporters and importers, especially if there is no contractual relationship with the foreign carriers.
The lawyer representing the petitioners prayed to the court to direct the electricity provider to withdraw the excessive bills and not to disconnect the electricity of the petitioners.
OSA is a prevalent disease (as high as 14% in men and 5% in women) with excessive sleepiness being a major presenting complaint in many cases.
Dr Waqas said people suffering from blood pressure, diabetes and excessive uric acid should avoid overeating meat.
However, some people struggle with excessive sweating, also known as hyperhidrosis.
(http://www.ibtimes.com/alcohol-causes-7-types-cancer-new-study-finds-any-amount-drinking-unsafe-can-cause-2394100) A new study has found that excessive alcohol consumption could affect respiratory health.
Global Banking News-September 11, 2015--Chinese central banker does not expect excessive depreciation of yuan
SAN FRANCISCO -- Excessive gestational weight gain increased the risk of cesarean delivery in all ages; however, less so in pregnant teens than in adults in a population-based cohort study of more than 1,000,000 births.