overserved

overserved

mod. having to do with a drunken person in a bar; alcohol intoxicated. (Euphemistic.) The overserved guy there in the corner is going to be sick.
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It also called for a slimmed-down BBC, saying that the corporation should "reduce" its content in overserved areas or where its "public service characteristics" are "marginal".
Most financial watchers conclude that Ghana's population is overserved and there is now little room for bank expansion.
The Rok's patrons "are often overserved alcohol" and McKy "has neither the willingness nor the ability to adequately control the (club) and patrons' behavior in the immediate vicinity of the premises," the OLCC report states.
This means that happy hours, '2 for V deals, 'Ladies drink Free' and other such offers are likely to culminate in a guest being overserved.
One source motivating managers to implement RBS is tort liability, which puts owners at risk if an overserved customer injures a third party.
In this report, GAO (1) examines whether, from 2000 through 2008, beneficiaries had problems accessing physician services; (2) identifies areas of the country in which Medicare beneficiaries are potentially overserved by physicians; and (3) describes characteristics that distinguish the potentially overserved areas from other areas in the nation.
And, of course, in every market there are tiers of customers, and that distribution includes the very high end at the top, where you have the most demanding customers who are never satisfied with the best products that companies can deliver to them, and, at the low end, you have people with simpler problems who can be overserved by products and services that are actually very easy to produce.
First and foremost, it appears that African-Americans are underserved and Asian Americans overserved by doctoral institutions with the most comprehensive degree programs.
Timmy Murphy stole the rest of the show with a hat-trick aboard Overserved, Merigo and Marcel.
A lack of security leading to violence, especially with overserved minors, is also coverable, Durnal said.
White: There's definitely a moviegoing public that's overserved.
Andrew Parker landed a 132-1 double courtesy of Overserved (9-4) and Em's Royalty, shock 40-1 winner of the finale.
Triton has introduced the 8100, its lowest-cost ATM, which is designed for merchants with low-traffic, tended locations who would be overserved by bigger, more expensive machines, company officials announced.
The study points out very graphically that there are areas that are potentially overserved, and areas that aren't served at all," said Dr.
The six-year-old has not been out of the first two in five starts this season and although he just failed to cope with Overserved at Carlisle last time out he will appreciate the extra two and a half furlongs of today's trip.