verb: Past tense and past participle of overshoot.
adjective: Having an upper part projecting beyond the lower: an overshot jaw.
adjective: Operated by water that flows over the top from above: an overshot water wheel.
noun: A pattern in weaving made when filling threads are passed over two or more warp threads.
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The gravity of water we use as moving force, the most direct application being in what are called overshot wheels, one of which is represented in FIG.
A number of ecological economists claim that industrial civilization has already "overshot" the carrying capacity of the Earth, and "smart growth" is mostly an illusion.
Gold also remains underpinned by concerns about longer-term inflation, as well as some uncertainty about whether the equity market possibly "overshot" during the rally in recent months, Mr. Meger said.
That valuation was much higher than the price-to-earnings ratio of 52 at Nasdaq-listed rival business-to-business search engine Global Sources Ltd. and the 177 P/E ratio of Chinese-language Internet-search provider Baidu. com Inc.Mr. Lai said he expects bargain hunters to sell the "overshot" Alibaba. com and use the funds to buy market laggards.
'In short, we can see if the VIX has' overshot 'to the downside relative to changes in other cross asset risk metrics.
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