overamplification love



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  • n. Excessive amplification.


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over- +‎ amplification


  • So, while I wasn't too terribly impressed with the comedic content on this occasion, I was nevertheless plenty moved by Stewart's soliloquy on decency and how the overamplification of our worst impulses and arguments tend to overshadow it.

    My Day At The Rally To Restore Sanity

  • So the technical problems have been solved (except for the frequent ear-crushing overamplification), but not all the esthetic ones.

    Star Over Egypt

  • Seats are hard and the acoustics, hampered by the room and overamplification, rattle.

    Music-Mad Month

  • One observation I keep making whenever we chant is that even without instruments especially without the choir/cantor overamplification, the congregation chants with more animation.

    Music marathon continues

  • The eight singers sound pretty good, despite some overamplification.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Cell activation via TLR2 and other pattern recognition receptors (PRRs) contributes to sepsis pathology and chronic inflammation both relying on overamplification of an immune response.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • Your Chronwatch item is partly an overamplification of an American Thinker post (that the author doesn’t credit), which is an overamplification of the Denmark situation altogether.

    Trees rejoice « BuzzMachine


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