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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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The company achieved net operating statutory return on surplus in excess of 20% for the last six years while maintaining prudent capital levels.
operations in John Hancock USA, formerly ManUSA, as well as the amalgamation of a John Hancock Canadian subsidiary, was very strong at 213% and in excess of Fitch's 'AA+' ratings expectations, as well as MFC's targets.
This decision, which Frontier anticipates will be appealed by the State of New York, may impact in excess of 400 claims.
157 entrants from around the world - 110 online qualifiers and 47 $5,100 buy-ins - descended on the island to bask in the sun and battle for an exciting prize pool in excess of $750,000.
9 million of net proceeds from sale in excess of basis and $9 million of previously unrecognized tax benefits arising from prior year's operations that will be realized as a result of the sale.
Consolidated leverage at FNF is expected to be in excess of 50% of total capital.
The company will not accept aggregate investments in any month in excess of $2.
It will offer general liability coverage in excess of minimum attachment points of $50 million, with maximum policy limits of $100 million, and directors and officers liability coverage in excess of minimum attachment points of $50 million, with maximum policy limits of $50 million.
At the time of the shut-ins, the BML project area was producing approximately 92 Mmcf of gas per day, gross and with the addition of the three (3) new wells is currently producing in excess of 100 Mmcf of gas per day.