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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overburn.


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  • She is overburned as a governor yet is thought to want to be the president of an entire country.

    Palin says she is not a quitter

  • Not concrete color, not cold glass color, not the color of overburned brick or harshly pigmented paint.

    The Forever City

  • The reason behind the cuts to the budgets they're overburned the reason behind the crowded clinics are illegals just like this family.

    Saving Carlos: The face of California's crisis

  • Granted, lots of doctors are overburned with patients and our for-profit medical system, but that also means you need to keep current and not assume he/she knows everything just because the doctor is the so-called expert.

    Caution for Asians on epilepsy drug

  • For years, in the New York office, we -- the term is overburned the number of agents working counterterrorism cases.

    CNN Transcript Apr 13, 2004

  • If it turns out that this is some bootleg you bought that was overburned to 90 minute CD-Rs, well, it's certainly possible that we're all correct. Forum

  • If it turns out that this is some bootleg you bought that was overburned to Forum

  • (Also overused by war soundtracks everywhere but it'll do the drama trick without being so in your face as the requiem OST) (For those bittersweet videos of people going through difficult times but ending in a light note) (For those obsessed with sprinkling O Fortuna on their videos, much less overburned and just as cheesy)

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • How come the smoke detector can't tell if I've overburned the acai berry when I grow up?

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • “If we overburned for as little as two seconds,” Aldrin explains, “we’d be on an impact course with the other side of the Moon.”

    First Man


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