excess alcoholThe RAF ace's first ban dates back to 1971 when he was banned for driving with excess alcohol.
excess demandWhen the market is in equilibrium there can be no excess demand for, or excess supply of, any investment asset.
excess capacityThe crash also pushed down the output-capital ratio, by an average of one tenth, as excess capacity mounted.
drive with excess
far in excessHis own imagination offered a punishment far in excess of his crime.
excess supplyOn the other hand, if the initial state is one of excess supply money-wages will fall at a rate .
well in excessMany fishing vessels take catches well in excess of the TAC, and simply dump overboard the surplus dead fish.
excess expenditureOn a temporary and controlled basis, some excess expenditure can be justifiable — but when excess expenditure increases regularly, the danger signs flash up.
remove excessTo remove excess phosphate from all the Broads would cost an estimated £20 million.
cost in excessThe kind of repair cost in excess of £500.
excess mortalityThe results indicated that current smokers showed excess mortality when compared with non-smokers.
excess waterBlot wet hair with a towel to remove excess water before applying an intensive conditioner.
excess appliesNo excess applies to this section of the policy.
off excessTrim off excess icing around the base.
significant excessSmoking and differences in men and women — Apart from one subgroup, no significant excess of incident cancer was seen in the three treatment groups, in men and women, and in smokers and non-smokers (table IV).