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Overrun

In the context of project financing, the amount of capital expenditures or funding above the original estimate to complete the project.
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Overrun

The amount by which the actual cost of a project exceeds its budget. While this does not necessarily guarantee that the project will fail, it does make it more difficult to succeed. This is also called cost overrun or budget overrun.
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It provides instant locking and engagement when the clutch shifts from overrunning to engagement, with a maximum overrunning speed of 4,200 RPM and a 133 lb.ft.
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I would like to assure all Birmingham residents, our patients and the Taxpayers' Alliance that the project to build Birmingham's first new hospital in 70 years on the Birmingham Queen Elizabeth site, is not overrunning on cost by pounds 336 million.
28 Kyodo Japan Air System (JAS) airliners suffered two mishaps on Monday, with one plane overrunning a runway at an airport in Hokkaido and another landing on an unused runway at Tokyo's Haneda airport.