overkill

[n] - the capability to obliterate a target with more weapons (especially nuclear weapons) than are required 2. [n] - any effort that seems to go farther than would be necessary to achieve its goal
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overkill

noun any effort that seems to go farther than would be necessary to achieve its goal
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overkill

noun the capability to obliterate a target with more weapons (especially nuclear weapons) than are required
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Overkill

[Transformers] Overkill is a fictional character in the various Transformers universes. He is one of the Decepticon Mini-Cassettes. ==Transformers: Generation 1== Overkill is a Decepticon. ===Reception=== According to X-Entertainment Overkill had a cool design. ===Animated series=== Slugfest and Overkill made brief cameos in the season 3 ep...
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Overkill

[Men at Work song] `Overkill` is a song by Australian band Men at Work. It was released in April 1983 as the second single from their 1983 album Cargo. It was written by lead singer Colin Hay. The song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #28 on April 9, 1983, and peaked at #3 in early June. When it was first released, it was a departu...
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Overkill

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Overkill

Overkill is slang for excessive.
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Overkill

Overkill is slang for excessive.
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overkill

The shooting, trapping, or poisoning of certain populations, usually for sport or economic reasons.
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Overkill

[comic book] Overkill was a Marvel UK anthology published during the 1990s, deliberately designed as a Marvel equivalent to 2000AD. Originally there was an editorially-directed policy of no Marvel US superheroes appearing in Overkill (meaning it could only reprint 11 pages of each Marvel UK story, excising 11 that had deliberate US guest-st...
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Overkill

[episode] Downloadable Magazines - the magazines can be download in PDF format and can view it online every where . most of them are free magazines. ...
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Overkill

[video game] Overkill also known as Overkill: The Last-Planet Mega Blast is a vertical scrolling shooter that was developed by Tech-Noir Productions and published by Epic MegaGames and Precision Software Publishing in 1992. The game was designed by Ste Cork, and was Epic`s first vertical shooter. The game was lacking some of the technology ...
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Overkill

[G.I. Joe] Overkill is a character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toyline from Hasbro, which has spawned comics and cartoon series. He first appeared in the 1989 G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero incarnation of the series. He also appears in G.I. Joe: Sigma 6. ==History== If the file cards that came with the Overkill action figures ar...
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Overkill

[Motörhead song] `Overkill` is a song by the band Motörhead. It was released in 7` and 12` vinyl pressings in 1979. It is backed with B-side `Too Late Too Late` which appears on the CD re-issues of the Overkill album. Early copies came with a free `Overkill` badge. The single reached number 39 on the UK Singles Chart. On 9 March 1979 the ...
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Overkill

[term] Overkill is the use of excessive force or action that goes further than is necessary to achieve its goal. It implies that, while the goal was accomplished, there was collateral damage as a result. It may be a literal term referring to physical damage, though it is also used in colloquial conversation as a metaphor. ==Nuclear weapons=...
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Overkill

The shooting, trapping, or poisoning of certain populations, usually for sport or economic reasons.
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Overkill

[2011 video game] == Gameplay == The game is classical Rail shooter where the player has to kill as many enemies as he can and survive as many waves as he can. Enemies are statical and their fire can`t be dodged and always its the player who has to kill them quickly. There are 21 waves in every level. Every wave is stronger than the previou...
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