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 adj.— «Davis, he added, is a “professional director” who is a “regular Harbinger nominee” to other company’s boards. “Research indicates that Mr. Davis currently serves on the boards of 12 public companies,” Morton wrote. “In corporate governance parlance, Mr. Davis is already vastly ‘overboarded.’”» —“Media General To Harbinger: Drop Dead” by Mark Fitzgerald in Chicago Editor & Publisher Mar. 19, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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