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  • v. Present participle of glut.

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Examples

  • That has turned energy-consuming regions into big producers, glutting the market and upending Energy Transfer's business model, which depends on prices being higher in those energy-consuming areas.

    Energy Transfer Buys Southern

  • Then, bypass the tourist shops glutting the plaza and duck into Spirit 109 W.

    Take Monday Off: Santa Fe and Taos

  • The reason is presumably that they were worried about glutting the market with foreclosed properties, depressing prices even more.

    Would A Foreclosure Moratorium Be 'Very Damaging' To Homeowners?

  • In an industry that was comfortable with glutting the market with too many nameplates and too little innovation, Mr. Mulally is the maverick.

    We Need More Leaders Like Mulally

  • After stabilizing, home prices will again fall, and by year end "Between 33 percent to 50 percent of homes will be under water," a grave situation with many owners walking away from them and glutting the market more with unsold properties.

    Printing: The Recession is Over, the Depression Just Beginning

  • The glutters kept right on glutting and racking up bank.

    The '08 Campaign And the Crash

  • The stories are full of striking passages – the eroticism and awkwardness of Joan's undressing in front of her husband long after the sex has seeped out of their relationship in "Nakedness"; the vulnerabilities that are exposed in "Giving Blood"; the uneasy heat of "Wife-Wooing" – and Updike's rich prose, his rhythmic, acute, fertile and, at times, even somewhat glutting use of language.

    The Maples Stories by John Updike

  •   The corks explode — the horse-eyes flare, glutting gas — a swarm of grackles bleep, doves worble — smoke columns into two great stacks, curling, folding open blackly.

    Her Dream of Ending

  • Makes you wonder – has the dvd market become a victim of its own success, with overproduction now glutting the market in really cheap stuff?

    Sherlock Holmes: Warner Home Video Pulls A Switcheroo « INTERSTELLAR TACTICS

  • The trick was to turn the Morris notes and the bills on France into cash without glutting the thin market in the region near the army encampment.

    Robert Morris

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