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“An over-abundance of capital and a decrease in demand amid the recession have caused years of rate declines in the commercial insurance space.”
“Brogan's talking mainly about bloggers and other heavy consumers of social media, but his point applies equally well in real life, particularly during the holidays where there is such an over-abundance of social gatherings.”
“Two security officers kept watch there at all times, but Rehaek trusted in an over-abundance of caution.”
“I imagine there are similar ratios in the Alaskan fishing industry, and I know from personal experience that many of the big U.S. ski resorts have an over-abundance of 20-something male workers.”
“With that many people together, with little means of sanitation, and an over-abundance of drug usage, there are going to be medical emergencies.”
“I am also OK with those non-MMA fans bashing this blog post and recognize you have had to put up with these in an over-abundance recently (but hey it was UFC 100).”
“She picked up a photograph of two girls, arm in arm, scantily clad with an over-abundance of makeup.”
“In one row they could see how track lighting had emerged as a trait, exploded to over-abundance in a few years of models, then disappeared altogether.”
“The haircuts, those head gear braces straps that wrapped around the skull (really? was that emotional scarring necessary?) the eye glasses (think Charles Nelson Reilly), the over-abundance of facial hair, the unibrows on Miracle Grow.”
“According to the survey, 40 percent of polled Europeans believe that Jews have an over-abundance of power in the business world.”
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