Definition of Excessing
1. excess [v] - See also: excess
Lexicographical Neighbors of Excessing
Literary usage of Excessing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Taking Stock: A Look At The Opportunities & Challenges Posed by Inventories by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"This Office also reported that it increased the priority for excessing ... For example, contractors submitted timelines for completion of excessing ..."
2. Dod Excess Property: Risk Assessment Needed on Public Sales of Equipment by Gregory D. Kutz, Keith A. Rhodes, Robert J. Cramer (2004)
"You also asked us to determine whether DOD was excessing case study items in good or usable condition at the same time it was purchasing the same or similar ..."
3. Federal Programs at Risk from Abusive Or Wasteful Practices: An Updateedited by David M. Walker edited by David M. Walker (2003)
"... and • excessing and selling critical inventory items such as unused sets of chemical and biological protective garments for about $3 each, ..."
4. Our Iron Roads: Their History, Construction and Administration by Frederick Smeeton Williams (1888)
"... and of two minutes at another place in " excessing " a fare from a passenger who was perhaps too sleepy or too short of change to be more prompt. ..."
5. U. S. Postal Service: Little Progress Made in Addressing Persistent Labor by Teresa L. Anderson, Billy W. Scott, Robert Kigerl (1999)
"... to be referred to the Administrative Dispute Resolution Procedure (ADRP): A. Promotions Pay B. Lump Sum Payments C. Article 6/12 Excessing Memorandum ..."