overspill

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  • Info In non-standard analysis, a branch of mathematics, overspill (referred to as overflow by Goldblatt (1998, p. 129)) is a widely used proof technique. more...
  • She was named after one of the town's post-war overspill housing developments.
  • This fact follows from the transfer principle of non-standard analysis and overspill.
  • Some earlier towns were developed as garden cities or overspill estates early in the 20th century.
  • It was built in the remains of an old cement works overspill site.
  • The great majority of overspill families were relocated either to expanded towns or to new towns within south east England.
  • It is the site of an overspill estate built by Manchester City Council.
  • Overspill car parking may simply be parking further away from a place than desirable.
  • The first London overspill housing was completed in the early 1960s.
  • She was named after an overspill post-war housing development of Birkenhead.
  • Much of the housing here was built for the public sector and originally housed overspill population from London.
  • The sixties were different, the overspill programme and new town development brought new families into south Norfolk.
  • Often the number of performances in any week will mean there is overspill to the Village Hall and other venues.
  • Much of the town centre was redeveloped during the 1970s, when it grew rapidly from London overspill.
  • It was chosen as the location of an overspill estate, built by Manchester City Council.
  • After the Second World War the population grew rapidly as the area absorbed some of the London overspill.
  • One planet will have its population exterminated to make room for the overspill from Em's world.
  • Formerly rural, it was developed as a post war overspill housing area, largely featuring Prefabricated housing.
  • In storm conditions the rivers can surcharge their banks and overspill into the adjacent low lying moorland.
  • Overspill to northern Germany and south-western Sweden occur.
  • In the 1960s most of the area was purchased by Manchester City Council to build a large overspill estate.
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Words starting with overspill

Meaning of overspill

  • noun The relocation of people from overcrowded cities; they are accommodated in new houses or apartments in smaller towns