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**OVER**.

**OVER**.

Last seen on: –Newsday.com Crossword – May 13 2022s

–Universal Crossword – Oct 14 2021

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### Random information on the term “More than”:

In mathematics, an inequality is a relation which makes a non-equal comparison between two numbers or other mathematical expressions. It is used most often to compare two numbers on the number line by their size. There are several different notations used to represent different kinds of inequalities:

In either case, a is not equal to b. These relations are known as strict inequalities, meaning that a is strictly less than or strictly greater than b. Equivalence is excluded.

In contrast to strict inequalities, there are two types of inequality relations that are not strict:

The relation “not greater than” can also be represented by a ≯ b, the symbol for “greater than” bisected by a slash, “not”. The same is true for “not less than” and a ≮ b.

If the values in question are elements of an ordered set, such as that of the integers or the real numbers, then they can be compared in size, that is, described using the above inequality relations. On the other hand, the notation a ≠ b means that a is not equal to b, and is sometimes considered a form of strict inequality. It does not say that one is greater than the other, or even that they can be compared in size.[clarification needed]

### Random information on the term “OVER”:

Over is a large village near the River Great Ouse in the English county of Cambridgeshire, just east of the Prime Meridian.

The parish covers an area of approximately 2,535 acres (1,026 ha). It is ten miles (16 km) east of the town of Huntingdon and is also ten miles (16 km) northwest from the city of Cambridge.

Over contains the basic village facilities, including a primary school, shop, one public house (the Admiral Vernon) and St. Mary’s Church. In recent years, the village has expanded rapidly, with the inclusion of several housing estates, a community and conference centre and modern sporting facilities. An Over day centre was set up in 1989 by Dr. Pamela Cressey. The Over Community Centre was set up with National Lottery funding of almost £1 million in 1999.

Over is mentioned in the poem “The Old Vicarage, Grantchester”, by Rupert Brooke.

By 1628 the fens and meres to the north of the settlement were enclosed, as was the rest of the village land by 1837.