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Overreaching

Exploiting a situation through Fraud or Unconscionable conduct.

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Therefore, my request was not to overreach, not to overstate themselves in the collection process.
'It's not overreach since it didn't hit my hand,' Nunag said.
As that effort faltered, President Johnson Americanized the war, deploying over 550,000 American troops in the most damaging overreach in American history.
In the midst of such scrutinised political cases, it is imperative for NAB to withhold its serious reputation and not succumb to trivial cases, in order to avoid accusations of overreach. Giving national attention to a mere case of a tourist dancing with the national flag, which was not meant to induce any disrespect and is a regular occurrence on Independence Day of other countries, does not do NAB any favours in maintaining a reputation of a non-ideological body.
The former Stormont First Minister also said she had advised Mr Barnier he had "overreached" in suggesting Northern Ireland could stay in the customs union after Brexit.
In the last five years, laws introduced in about a dozen states to prevent driving with an unrestrained animal have failed as many lawmakers and the public view such measures as overreach. Four of the five bills considered so far this year have died; one (in Pennsylvania) is pending.
CONEYGREE is reported to have sustained a nasty overreach that resulted in the 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup hero being pulled up in the bet365 Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby on Saturday.
The CFPB has been a prime target of Republican lawmakers, who accuse it of regulatory overreach.
Supreme Court to stay the implementation of the restrictive regulations on the grounds of governmental overreach.
Obama's overreach and the Democrats' too-late defense of that overreach.