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  • n  a surplus or excess of money or merchandise that is actually on hand and that exceeds expectations
  • s  too old to be useful

  • Pandora's has the distinction of having ejected Hollywood Starlet Tuesday Weld, who claimed to be 18, was adjudged overage.
  • In such hits as Old School, Anchorman, Talladega Nights and Blades of Glory, he plays overage children who try to act like adults, with their steely intonations and take-charge .
  • Sporting an open white shirt with the sleeves partly rolled up and tousled (if graying) hair that still gives him the look of an overage college student, he's enjoying a cigarette .
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  • Sepp Blatter in Scotsman
    Blatter said: "In the future I think it is necessary we have an exact and precise ruling. It has been decided for 2012 to avoid any misunderstandings and problems - plus or not plus three overage players - that the whole item of the presence of...
  • Rafael Benitez in CNN
    This is a very difficult situation for us because we have Lucas, who is eligible through his age with Brazil, and Mascherano, who can play for Argentina as an overage player, so I need to discuss his position with him,Liverpool manager Rafa...
  • Graham Arnold in Goal.com
    We've got problems with the overage players who may be changing clubs or going to new clubs - that makes it very difficult,Arnold said. "Defensively over the whole campaign we've only conceded two goals. I am conscious of other nations...

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