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to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits

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As these storms go into the record books for the damage and hardship inflicted, Unitrin's strong balance sheet, coupled with our geographic diversity, protected us from excessively large losses," said Richard Vie, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Gladys Patano of Woodland Hills was concerned because her gardener ``got carried away'' and pruned her pine tree excessively.
residents, may signal the presence of emotional problems that contribute to a desire to drink excessively, the scientists suggest.
Watching my daughters pick up and carry excessively heavy backpacks horrified me.
McClintock said he believes Fish and Game, namely Hee, acted excessively and abused the department's power to hurt the Waystation.
In a strain of dogs that sleep excessively and collapse when they are excited, investigators have discovered a withering away of axons, the communication cables that convey signals between nerve cells.
Institutions also should monitor these accounts on an ongoing basis and be able to identify individual consumers who may be excessively reliant on the product or who may represent an undue credit risk to the institution.
If the camellia is excessively shaded by other plants, it could easily go into a funk and refuse to grow after being heavily pruned.
The gene is also defective in another excessively plump mouse strain, but in these mice the gene seems inactive, they note.
Patients are also being instructed to contact their healthcare professional in the event of excessively high or low glucose levels or with any questions about their care.
Hypothermia doesn't require excessively cold conditions; it can occur at temperatures in the 50s under some circumstances.
The Torrences claimed that Edward Jones and its employee, financial advisor Gregory Westray, had made unsuitable investment recommendations, had excessively traded the account, and had abused margin.
She passed out again on the floor of the first level and was bleeding excessively from the head with her arm twisted behind her when police arrived, Young said.
Such damage can be caused by exposure to prolonged or excessively loud noise, various drugs, and bacterial and viral infections.
A California Student Survey conducted in 2002 found that 26 percent of eleventh graders surveyed were binge drinkers while 32 percent used alcohol excessively.