Example sentences for: over-

How can you use “over-” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Most disturbing of all, she says, is the underrepresentation of the over-65 age group, which, studies show, votes in high numbers.

  • 1937: Over-Excited Hindenburg Announcer Explodes

  • The reason for this disconnect is an unusual form of confounding in which particular (protective or detrimental) alleles are over- or under-represented among heterozygotes, as we discuss below; an additional factor that may be involved results from the effects of dominance in creating an asymmetry between homozygotes and heterozygotes.

  • To show how the concepts presented in this study can be applied to detect differentially regulated genes, we sought to identify sets of genes that are over- and under-expressed in ovary relative to colon by analyzing hybridization assays of CaCO2 (colon) and PA-1 (ovary) cell lines.

  • For example, investors do not understand terminology such as "reportable conditions,"8 which could result in investors over- or under-reacting to problems.


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