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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overadjustment
Literary usage of Overadjustment
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Social Security: Promise and Reality by Rita Ricardo-Campbell (1977)
"They result in a significant overadjustment for inflation, causing initial benefits to grow over time to the point where a great many new retirees would ..."
2. The Bicentennial Census: New Directions for Methodology in 1990 by Constance F. Citro, Michael L. Cohen (1985)
"That particular procedure may have been a substantial overadjustment on average in the situations they considered, enough so to be worse than no adjustment ..."
3. Financial Liberalization and the Internal Structure of Capital Markets in by Miguel Urrutia (1988)
"The overindebtedness of phase 2 thus eventually led to the capital "flight" and overadjustment of phase 3. Conclusions, Theoretical Implications, and Policy ..."
4. Manual of Wireless Telegraphy for the Use of Naval Electricians by Samuel Shelburne Robison, Henry Newman Manney, Louis Anthony Kaiser (1906)
"... overadjustment under heading No. 1 and must be corrected in the inverse sense. It may, however, be caused by spring on catch or cam pawl U'ing too weak ..."
5. Wood Craft: A Journal of Woodworking, with which is Incorporated "The (1914)
"Many an argument has been had on the origin of e name of a monkey wrench. the overadjustment tendencies c& ..."