- We would soon be in input overload and go nuts!
- Come five o" clock on a Saturday afternoon you'd bundle your way out of the pictures, delirious with image overload, to be hit between the eyes by the blinding light of day and a balmy blanket of heat.
- We shall return to the overload theme in the final chapter.
- They are an important source for two reasons: they indicate that the overload problem has been a constant since the Second World War and is not peculiar to the sixties, seventies and eighties, and that even what has come to be regarded as the most efficiently run administration since 1945 had serious difficulties in the handling of business.
- Undoubtedly there is an overload here, especially in the melodramatically bleak ending.
- People trying to comprehend the field reviewed here have exactly the same problems in information overload as executives trying to comprehend their enterprise's environment!
- Two weeks later the monsoon started: the river swelled under the double overload of heavy rain and melted snow from the mountains.
- Anthony King, in his seminal article on overload, published in 1975, commented on "the increasing difficulty that both major political parties seem to have in carrying out their election manifestos" and cast his mind back thirty years to find the standard from which subsequent administrations had fallen: "The fit between what the Labour Party said it would do in 1945 and what the Labour Government actually achieved between 1945 and 1951 is astonishingly close.
- Often this is to do with the fact that the current bereavement has driven the person into emotional overload because of everything else that is happening in their life either currently or over a period of time.
- Now, in every staffroom, the talk is overload, and of diminished esteem and status.
- He suffers from overload; he aches with frustration; he's starved of resources.
- It becomes unhealthy if you overload the amount of product; use the wrong fryer for the job; or if you don't allow for the recovery period of the oil temperature."
- At least one environmentalist is pained by the green overload.