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in excess of

Over; greater or more than. The retail giant predicts earnings for the past year in excess of $4 million.
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in excess of

Greater than, more than, as in The book sold in excess of a million copies. [Early 1600s]
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in excess of

Greater than; more than: unit sales in excess of 20 million.
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When an excess clause is given effect, the insurer is not liable for any part of the loss or damage covered by other insurance except for the amount of loss or damage in excess of the coverage provided by the other policy.").
We will share the remaining loss, if any, with any other insurance that is not described in this excess insurance provision and was not bought specifically to apply in excess of the limits of insurance shown in the declarations of this coverage part.
A plaintiff who prevails on an assigned bad faith claim against the insurer may be able to recover full compensation in excess of the defendant's liability coverage limits.
As health care inches over 14 percent of GNP, far in excess of any other nation, consensus is growing that we must find a less expensive way to deliver services.
M sought a fee award in excess of the statutory rate because of his attorney's (E's) expertise in tax investigation and assessment, tax litigation and experience as an IRS Special Agent.
Putting these three considerations together, courts search for an answer as to whether the insured's liability was probable and damages were great, meaning that damages were reasonably in excess of policy limits and the insured's liability was more probable than not.
We estimate that if the OSHA law passes it will cost in excess of $45 billion," Downey said.
With a displacement of 3,500 tonnes, the ship spans 109 metres in length and 14 metres at the beam and is propelled by four diesel engines to achieve speeds in excess of 25 knots with an endurance of 3,450 nautical miles.
Any location of a tax-exempt organization with three or more full-time employees (defined in the regulations as a weekly payroll in excess of 120 hours) is considered a regional or district office potentially subject to these rules.
THE DEVELOPMENT by American courts of a cause of action for breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing has created a number of concerns for insurance carriers and their counsel, particularly in relation to liability for damages in excess of stated limits specified in the insurance contract.
The 8,140 tonne submarine renamed INS Chakra can stay under water for 100 days and can travel at a speed in excess of 25 knots.