(1) I peeked at the runway and realized we were going to overshoot centerline, big time.(2) If you make the change too aggressively, you may overshoot and then have to keep tweaking.(3) Ultimately, the majority of card users may be affected by the actions of the minority who make late payments or overshoot their credit card limit.(4) the department may overshoot its cash limit(5) That's true, but we shouldn't expect to overshoot our target like that in future years.(6) Existing regulations, introduced in April, allow highway authorities to levy a charge of Ôö¼├║2,000 for each day that utility companies overshoot agreed deadlines.(7) By how much is the budget deficit likely to overshoot this fiscal year?(8) But the price of that performance will likely be an overshoot in its public-deficit target for 2001 and 2002.(9) In that case average annual inflation will overshoot the target by 1.5 percentage points.(10) This overshoot can also be controlled by limiting output slew rate, but as mentioned above this solution will be problematic if greater bus speed is desired.(11) I had enough trouble dodging thunderstorms in the Caribbean and trying not to overshoot runway 10 at Guantanamo Bay.(12) I was a bit cautious going into Turn 1, because Tonio had said he picked up some understeer there and if you overshoot there, you can lose about half a second.(13) Forced to overshoot the bend, he narrowly missed both a policeman and an ominous looking ditch, before cutting crosscountry to regain the road.(14) Unless a guide is along for the ride, it's all too easy to overshoot the reef and find yourself in green water, 200 feet above the nearest marine life.(15) If you don't pay on time, miss a payment, bounce a Direct Debit, or overshoot your credit limit, expect to pay a penalty of, typically, Ôö¼├║25.(16) A large part of this overshoot is due to the extravagant use of fossil fuels, whose carbon waste would require a vast bio-productive surface area as a natural sink.