excessive rate

See: usury
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NIGERIAN Agricultural policy makers have been advised to consider the significance of plantain/banana and tomato production in domestic and international market and come up with sustainablew production policy that will check excessive rate of wastages during the harvest.
It further said that the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and natural gas liquid (NGL) extracted at an exorbitant rate was illegally allowed and the excessive rate caused losses of Rs474.
The car, driven by Ashley Nelson Beck, 31, of Herrin, was traveling at "an excessive rate of speed and running stop signs," police said.
However, he added: "We firmly believe that in future stronger measures should be mandated with respect to the excessive rate of non-runners owing to ground, especially when there is either no advertised going change or a marginal one.
The company added that it is working hard to negotiate fair renewal terms with Sinclair, but cannot accept its proposed terms which have included excessive rate increases of no less than 80% and as far reaching as 380%, as well as the inclusion of channels that the majority of its customers do not want.
The cells reproduce more rapidly than normal, causing flaky skin and sebum (skin oil) to form at an excessive rate.
We will continue to monitor developments closely, and maintain a presence in the market as needed to smoothen excessive rate movements," Tetangco said.
9 that he was doing radar surveillance on Route 146 on the morning of the stop when the 1985 Impala passed by him at an excessive rate of speed.
These ongoing and excessive rate increases are simply unsustainable, as many small businesses struggle simply to survive.
AT&T also said that it has been in ongoing negotiations to renew the agreement, but AMC Networks is seeking an excessive rate increase in the company's overall fees for the right to deliver these channels.
As a result, evenmore generous rental deals are required to entice new tenants, with landlords being prepared to share the excessive rate burden in some cases.
Many states have laws that allow insurance regulators to prohibit excessive rate increases.