Definition of Overprogramming
1. overprogram [v] - See also: overprogram
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Literary usage of Overprogramming
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Future Years Defense Program: Substantial Risks Remain In Dod's 1999-2003 Plan by Robert Pelletier, DIANE Publishing Company (1998)
"... The ""Future Years Defense Program: Optimistic Estimates Lead to Billions in overprogramming (GAO/NSIAD-94-210, July 29,1994). ..."
2. Urban Transportation: Metropolitan Planning Organizations' Efforts to Meet by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... More emphasis on flexibility in developing public involvement approaches Allow for overprogramming Eliminate legislative requirement Increase population ..."
3. Combining Substance Abuse Treatment With Intermediate Sancations for Adults edited by Anna Marsh (1994)
"Under- and overprogramming Like net widening, this ethical issue is concerned with the problem of trying to match treatment needs with a sanction having a ..."
4. Intervening with Substance Abuse Officers: A Framework of Action by DIANE Publishing Company (1993)
"They stayed in treatment longer, experienced fewer negative discharges, and had better results. overprogramming and ..."