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"Please ignore the other cries for help in the copy.
When exactly is "over" better than "more than"?
Help! Thanks.

It would appear that you've answered your own question, but I would add that it would seem to be appropriate in those instances where either word is acceptable and one is attempting to "save" words (as in "brief" page limitations and the like).

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