not excessive

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The cold is not excessive, if you are wrapped in furs--a dress which I have already adopted, for there is a great difference between walking the deck and remaining seated motionless for hours, when no exercise prevents the blood from actually freezing in your veins.
We must remember that it is deficient, not excessive vitality, that makes the greatest trouble in this world," returned Mr.
CMA senior director of antitrust enforcement Ann Pope said: "While businesses are generally free to set prices as they see fit, those that hold a dominant position have a special responsibility to ensure that their conduct does not impair genuine competition and that their prices are not excessive and unfair.
And the profit margins suppliers make are not excessive, by many industries' standards.
JLL said top trends are the Dubai residential bubble deflates, hospitality market facing increasing challenges in 2015, commercial market maturing, varied source of funding, supply will be significant but not excessive, regulations becoming more sophisticated, return of building cost inflation, among others.
Carol Coates, Kings Norton | Two small bottles of lager, |drunk during along meal, and with a delay before he returned to his car, is not excessive.
His jail term is not excessive given his determination to disobey the court's orders.
Californians are paying for WellPoint's massive profits but, unlike in 35 other states, have no protections to ensure that the rates they pay are not excessive and unreasonable," said Rob Leonard of the Yes on Prop 45 campaign.
And with the boom in construction once again fully underway, the Municipality is acting positively to ensure the noise levels are not excessive -- affecting health and causing stress and hypertension.
After having considered all of the evidence, including the opinion of Crown counsel, ASIRT executive director Clifton Purvis was satisfied that the officer was justified in applying force and that the force used was not excessive.
But this was rejected at the Court of Appeal, with the judges ruling that he had "deceived" his victims and that his sentence was not excessive.
In its response to the accusations, Eurotunnel said that its charges are 'transparent and not excessive,' adding that it 'always sought the development of cross-Channel traffic and concentrates significant resources on this goal.