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The service allows consumers to enjoy the best CD-ROMs available without overtaxing their wallets.
I mean, if city officials haven't been overtaxing us $288 million a year, why do we have to pay them that much in alimony every year?
The functionality was specifically developed to let wireless device users keep their information current without overtaxing their devices' processing capabilities, or incurring large connection fees.
Maybe more, since City Hall has been underserving and overtaxing the Valley for 20 years.
While upgrading from 100 Mbps FDDI to 155 Mbps ATM delivered significant performance improvements for the company, Scottsdale was reluctant to add document imaging traffic for fear of overtaxing its OC-3 backbone.
A wave of false-alarm anthrax calls flooded local law enforcement agencies Tuesday, overtaxing already short-staffed police and fire departments.
VISION:Clearmanage enables IT professionals to help business users obtain information they need without overtaxing the database system and suffering frustrating delays in obtaining critical reports.
Key to the problem is that the number of passengers is increasing 5 percent every year, jamming airlines and overtaxing airports, the study's authors said.
Evans added, "Outsourcing is becoming widely accepted as a way for companies to receive top-line systems and services, without draining their budgets and overtaxing their own internal resources.
and other firms that charged that the city was overtaxing companies that sold products inside the city but that were headquartered outside the city.
And at age 49, he wanted a sport that would keep him fit without overtaxing his body.