Overload

The strategy of moving one or two extra players into one area of the floor.
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Overload

[magazine] Overload is a bi-monthly professional computer magazine published by ACCU, that was established in 1993 and is edited by Frances Buontempo. It aims to `publish a high standard of articles about all aspects of software development`. All issues of Overload, starting from August 1998, are available online. ==History== Overload was s...
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Overload

[2003 song] De Camp had the mind of an educator, and a common theme in many of his works is a corrective impulse regarding similar previous works by other authors. A highly rational and logical thinker, he was frequently disturbed by what he regarded as logical lapses and absurdities in others` writings. Thus, his response to Mark Twain`s A...
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Overload

The specified maximum magnitude of the input quantity that can be applied for a specified period of time without causing damage.
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overload

[n] - an electrical load that exceeds the available electrical power 2. [n] - an excessive burden 3. [v] - become overloaded 4. [v] - place too much a load on
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Overload

To put too much signal level into thereby causing distortion
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Overload

Distortion which is caused by exceeding the dynamic range of a circuit. To exceed the operating capacity of an electronic or electrical circuit.
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Overload

O`ver·load' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Overloaded ; present participle & verbal noun Overloading .] [ Confer Overlade .] To load or fill to excess; to load too heavily.
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Overload

O'ver·load` noun An excessive load; the excess beyond a proper load.
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overload

overburden noun an excessive burden
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overload

verb fill to excess so that function is impaired; `Fear clogged her mind`; `The story was clogged with too many details`
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overload

(o´vәr-lōd) an excess over what is normal or needed. iron overload an excess of iron in the body; see hemochromatosis, hemosiderosis, and siderosis. sensory overload a condition in which an individual receives an excessive or intolerable amount o...
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Overload

• (n.) An excessive load; the excess beyond a proper load. • (v. t.) To load or fill to excess; to load too heavily.
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overload

(from the article `exercise`) Overload, the second important principle, means that to improve any aspect of physical fitness the individual must continually increase the demands ...
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Overload

When a transformer is overloaded, too much heat is developed, and insulation system begins to break down out of proportion to the amount of overload. Life expectancy decreases due to over heating which results in break down of insulation system.
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overload

excess of the actual load over the full load, expressed by their difference
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overload

operating conditions in an electrically undamaged circuit, which cause an over-current
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Overload

To exceed the design capacity of a device.
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overload

To exceed the design capacity of a device.
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Overload

[Voodoo and Serano song] `Overload` is the popular dance/house song produced by DJs VooDoo & Serano. It reached number 30 on the UK Singles Chart on its release. Its chorus is similar to the Hungarian song `Tied a Szivem` by Dance4ever. ...
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Overload

[Sugababes song] `Overload` is the debut single by English girl group Sugababes. It was released on 11 September 2000 through London Records as the lead single from the group`s debut studio album, One Touch (2001). At the time, the group consisted of Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan. It was co-produced and co-written by Bri...
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Overload

[Transformers] Overload is the name of four different fictional character in the various Transformers universes. They are seemingly unrelated besides sharing a name. ==Transformers: Generation 1== The original Overload (called Bomber in Italy) was the name of an Autobot Micromaster who turned into a semi-truck. His trailer turned into a jet...
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Overload

==Music== ===Bands=== ===Albums=== ===Songs=== ==Medical== ==Technology== ==Other== ...
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Overload

When there are more defensive players around the ball carrier than there are offensive players it's called an overload, which refers to the imbalance in the number of players from each side. Strategically, when an overload occurs the offensive team should recognize it and pass the ball to a teammate at a different part of the pitch, because if ther...
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Overload

1. The type of distortion that occurs when an applied signal exceeds the level at which a system will produce its maximum undistorted output level. Generally results in clipping of the waveform, since the output will be literally cut off at maximum output level. 2. The condition that exists when this distortion is produced. (WW)
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