"Overissue" is a word in LAW AND LEGAL, ENGLISH
To issue in excessive quan-tity; to issue in excess of fixed legal limits. Thus, “overissued stock” of a private corporation ls capital stock issued in excess of the amount limited and prescribed by the charter or certificate of incorporation. See Hayden v. Charter oak Driving Park, 63 Conn. 142, 27 AU. 232
To issue in excess.
An excessive issue; an issue, as of notes or bonds,
exceeding the limit of capital, credit, or authority.
Wolf's wool is the best wool, but it cannot be sheared, because the wolf will not comply. With knowledge as with wolves' surliness, the student studies voluntarily, refusing to be less than individual. He "gives his opinion and then rests upon it"; he renders service when there is no reward, and is too reclusive for some things to seem to touch him; not because he has no feeling but because he has so much.
Q: What did one flea say to the other flea when they came out of the movies? - A: Should we walk home or take a dog?